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One place to check is chrome://plugins/ in Google Chrome. Just type that into the address bar and hit ENTER. You should see a list of all the plugins that are available through Chrome. If you've downloaded and installed Flash, you should see two entries there. One for your own install and one for the version of Flash that comes bundled with Chrome. It will ...
There are 2 types of Adobe Flash. One is already a part of the Browsers, called Plugin To check in Chrome type chrome://plugins/ in the address bar, and see if it is enabled. The other one is the Stand alone version of Flash player that will show up in your System Preferences.
Yes, Google Chrome has a sandboxed built-in version of Flash. Download Chrome. Navigate to: Macintosh HD> Users> Guests Right Click and select "New Folder" and change its name to Applications Open the Google Chrome disk image and drag Chrome.app to this folder Google Chrome and its Flash player will only be accessible to the Guest user.
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