Enable Click-To-Play Feature In Google Chrome, Easily Disable Flash Ads Without AdBlocker

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13 Responses

  1. Arseniy says:

    Thanks for the heads up, it’s exactly what i was looking for.

  2. Rooter says:

    Cool, but it should allow for whitelisting sites. I don’t want to have to click to play on every single YouTube page that I open. I should only have to do it once.

  3. Bob says:

    My primary use of Chrome is for reading the paper. I open all the links I want to read in separate tabs and close them as I read them. I disabled two things, flash and shockwave using the plug-ins page and boy did it improve Chrome. The speed at which the pages now load is incredible and it seems to be using about 50% less RAM. Do I have to go back and enable them to use the Click to Play feature? Great site. Thank you.

  4. George says:

    I can`t find “Click to Play.” in the about:flags page.. where is it?? please help me….

    • Mezanul says:

      In the latest version of Chrome, open Settings > at the end of the screen, you will find a link that says “Show advanced settings”. Click on it. It will reveal some more hidden settings. Now, under Privacy heading, click on the “Content settings…” button. An overlay will come up. Scroll down to Plugins and select “Click to play”.

      Don’t know why Google made this so complicated in the latest version of Chrome?

      P.S. I am updating the article with new screenshots and updated instructions too.

    • Mezanul says:

      Article is updated! Please follow the new instructions. :)

  5. Oxboffice says:

    Great! Thanks so much

  6. Richelle says:

    You rock.

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  8. hilerns says:

    Thanks very much I was very good information

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