Troubleshoot Online Games Issues For Adobe Flash Player 2017 On Mac Computer

Playing games online requires Adobe flash player installed on your computer. It helps to play video, audio, and games online. Make sure that you have installed the latest version of the Adobe flash player. The latest version of the software includes lots of advanced features with less technical issues. So, if any of you is facing problem while playing online games through Adobe flash player, then uninstall the current version of the software and download the latest version of the software from the official website.



If you are facing the same problem after installing the latest version of the software then follow the guide given below by Adobe support to resolve the issues related to the online games. If you are not able to follow the procedure successfully, you can take help from the Adobe tech helpline number Canada 1-844-888-3870.

Clear the cache of your browser

Google Chrome
  1. Choose chrome and select the 'Clear Browsing Data' options.
  2. Now, select the appropriate check boxes.
  3. Click the 'Clear browsing data'.

Safari
  1. Open the settings of the Safari browser and choose 'Empty Cache'.
  2. Click Empty.
  3. Quit and restart the browser.

Firefox
  1. Open the firefox browser and select 'Tools' and click 'Recent history'.
  2. Now, select the time range and click 'Clear Now'.
  3. Finally, quit the browser and restart Firefox.

The other thing you have to make sure is that the JavaScript is enabled on your Mac computer. Enable the JavaScript on the different browser you use.

Google Chrome
  1. Open the browser and select 'Preferences'.
  2. Click 'Under the hood' tab.
  3. Now, click the content settings button.
  4. Finally, select 'Allow all sites to run JavaScript' in the content settings window.

Safari
  1. Open safari browser and select 'Preferences'.
  2. Select the 'security' tab.
  3. Choose 'Enable JavaScript'.
  4. Finally, close the Preferences dialog box and reload the web page.

Firefox
  1. Open the browser and select the 'Options'.
  2. Click 'Content'.
  3. Select 'Enable JavaScript'.
  4. Finally, close the Preferences dialog box and reload the web page.


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