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How to Disable Flash Content in Microsoft’s Edge Browser in Windows 10

Your favorite browsers, Chrome and Firefox now block Flash content on web pages (at least some) by default for security reasons, but this does not apply if you are using Microsoft’s new Edge browser in Windows 10. Microsoft’s Edge is the fastest browser out there and easy to configure everything.

If you are new to Microsoft’s Edge browser and want to disable Flash content in Edge, read on to know how it is. It is very easy to configure Edge’s settings to stop Flash posing a security risk or annoying you with loud adverts.

How to disable Flash Content in Edge

1. Open Edge and tap or click the ‘three dots’ icon in the top-right corner of the browser.

2. Tap or click Settings, scroll down and select ‘View advanced settings’.

3. Switch the ‘Use Adobe Flash Player’ option to Off. You can also block pop-ups here.


Hope this simple tip will help you prevent any security risk by Flash content while using your favorite Edge Browser.

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