Enable Adobe Flash Player in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10
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How do I download Flashplayer for Windows 10?
I downloaded Windows 10 on my computer and now it won't let me play games on Facebook. How do I download or enable flash player for Windows 10 Microsoft Edge.
You do not need to download Flash player for Edge. Flash is already built into it. Some users did report that Facebook games work either slowly or the text or graphics are broken for them. However, let us give it a try and enable Flash if it is disabled on your computer.
- 1Click the ellipsis "..." button.Advertisement
- 2Click "Settings".
- 3Click "View advanced settings".
- 4Enable the "Use Adobe Flash Player" toggle if it is disabled.
- 5Press "Ctrl" + "F5" to force-refresh your page.Advertisement
If, for some reason, it still does not work, consider installing a 32-bit browser like Firefox, Seamonkey, or Opera. Then, you can open an installed browser and navigate to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/. Uncheck all of the optional offers and click "Install now". Then, restart your browser. You can temporarily use this workaround until Microsoft patches the Edge browser.
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.