Is there anything missing on the side? To help you stay safe, we have blocked Adobe Flash.



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When I surfed the Internet with Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10, I saw the following message in the top right corner – Something is missing on the page? To help you stay safe, we’ve blocked Adobe Flash. I was wondering what it was about.

Well, it seems that Microsoft Edge now informs its users when it has blocked the loading of some web page elements. In this case, Edge had blocked the loading of the Flash Player.

Something is missing on the edge page



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To turn it on, you must click on the symbol shown there. If you click Got it, it will not be activated and you will not be called back.

If you now click on the symbol Broken Content that you see, you are offered to allow it once or to always allow it. Once you have exercised your option, you cannot simply change it.

You must open Edge settings > Select what you want to delete > Show others > Disable Adobe Flash permissions.

Adobe Flash is used for games and video content. But it is often exploited, so it must be kept up to date. Running outdated Flash can make your system vulnerable.

This function in Edge is for security.

Related read : How to disable or enable Adobe Flash Player in IE, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera.



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