To keep Flash from running, simply leave the Flash content area alone.
Those who opted to run important Flash content will see it populate here automatically.
The plugin is constantly being hit by security vulnerabilities, requiring frequent updates.
At the far right of the entry for Flash, click on the drop-down menu and change the setting to Ask to Activate. Now it's time to put the browsers to the test by surfing to a page with Flash content.
In each of the three browsers, jump to the webpage, which contains Flash content at the top.
If you really need it, though, there are a lot of great apps for this. If you have any other ways, or if you like a certain way better, to watch Flash content on your new i Pad, let us know!
Adobe Flash Player is an essential plugin for your browser that allows you to view everything from video to games and animation on the web.
In Chrome, those who selected to block all Flash content will see the message: "Right-click to run Adobe Flash Player" where the Flash content is supposed to play.
To allow the Flash content, right-click on the spot and then click on "Run this plugin" from the pop-up menu.
It doesn't work 100% of the time, and only works with Flash video, and not interactive Flash apps or games, but it does work for a large percentage of content not yet converted for the i Pad. The only drawback, and it might be a deal-breaker for things like listening to music or videos, is that there's no sound -- only video.
And, if your connection isn't good, even the video can be choppy.
Instead of converting their videos to HTML5 on the web, some sites have chosen to offer apps instead.