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Google Chrome comes with its own built-in Pepper Flash Player, so there is no need to install an additional Adobe Flash Player if Google Chrome is the only web browser that you are using. In your case, you need to also install Adobe Flash Player in order to play flash videos in Safari and Firefox. Updates to Google Chrome will sometimes be accompanied by ...


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I have not personally tested the following suggestions. You should be able to add the m prefix before the URL, which would allow you to view the video without flash. Example: m.facebook.com The following Firefox extension might also do the job, I have not tested this. Video Without Flash Extension


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In this case, First Clear your recent history and also you can try disabling the Hardware Acceleration in Flash Player Please find the steps below: Navigate to the Adobe Flash Player Help page Right click on the Flash Player logo. And then go to Settings in the context Menu and click the icon at the bottom-left of the Adobe Flash Player Settings window ...


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You could look for flash blocking add-ons (not just hiding with flash still running) or click-to-play add-ons. Or downgrade flash back to the version that worked better. Then later, when there's a newer update, give it a try?


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Inside Firefox open about:config, type plugin.state.flash in the search and set the value to 1. Now Firefox asks you every time if it should enable Flash for a website or not. So Flash should run less often and you should not see the issue so often. Also report it in the Adobe Forums.


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Use Ninite Pro and you can push those installs to the machine from remote over the network. It's also portable so you can just throw the EXE on a machine, use it to do the installs/updates and then delete it (no install/uninstall). We designed Ninite Pro to make your life easier and fit in with your workflow. Whether you just want to make sure your PCs ...


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It seems that the 64-bit version of Opera is unstable and it makes the Flash plugin crash. I have installed the 32-bit version of Opera and Flash works okay.


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This is easier: You can list all the network connections opened by using ‘-i’ option. lsof -i You can also use ‘-i4′ or ‘-i6′ to list only ‘IPV4′ or ‘IPV6‘ respectively.



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