Enable Flash and Popups (Windows 7 or less)
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These instructions cover how to enable Flash and pop-ups on Windows 7 or less.
If you have Windows 10, please refer to the guide "Enable Flash and Popups on Google Chrome."
Open Google Chrome.
On the upper right-hand corner of the browser page, click on the three vertical dots (Customize and control Google Chrome) button.
A menu window will open. Select Settings.
A Settings window will open.
On the very bottom of the screen, select Advanced under the ‘On Startup’ section.
More settings will display.
Scroll down until you see the ‘Privacy and Security’ section.
Select Content settings.
The window will slide to the right to show Content settings.
Scroll down until you see a puzzle icon labeled as Flash.
Click on Flash.
Click on the toggle switch on the right-hand side of the screen for Block sites from running Flash.
Click on the toggle switch on the right-hand side of the screen for Ask first.
Click on the Flash back button to go back to the Content settings page.
Scroll down until you see a box icon labeled Popups.
Click on Popups.
Under the Popups section, click the toggle switch on the right-hand side of the screen for Blocked (recommended).
You may need to manually enable pop-ups and Flash Player for every new page or pop-up windows.