Stop flash from updating
Other than that, if a particular piece of Flash content doesn't work even though you've tried everything, it just might be the case that the problem lies with the piece of content rather than with your version of Chrome or Flash Player.
Do you know what version of Flash you have installed?
Mozilla discontinued support by default for Adobe Flash in the middle of 2016, citing the excessive security vulnerabilities that Flash was continuing to patch for. And finally, Internet Explorer will also discontinue and block Adobe Flash at the end of life date.
With all three of the major browsers ending support and blocking Flash from running at all, there will be no viable way to deliver online course content.
See "Flash Support by Browser" below for more on this.
See the Adobe Flash Player page for the latest version of Flash for every supported browser on every supported operating system.
While Adobe has made strides in keeping up with patching zero-day exploits, they have traditionally been slow to respond to critical vulnerabilities.With end of life for Flash, there will be no more security updates.This means any new security exploits will not be given updates creating a gap in any company’s network security.This can even be the case when your browser is Chrome, which features its own built-in version of Flash.Most of the time, enabling Flash in Chrome and choosing to block or allow certain websites should be enough for Flash Player to work normally.
Education and e-learning will experience a significant technical debt from this decision.