- Running courses in browsers is something that a lot of us used to do at schools.
- Unfortunately, this isn't possible if flash is unavailable in your browser.
- The exact errors states that this course cannot be played because flash is unavailable in your browser.
- Continue reading below to see what can be done about this issue.
Sometimes you might encounter the following message on certain websites:
This course cannot be played because Flash is unavailable in your browser
The message usually appears if Flash isn’t installed or enabled on your web browser. In today’s article, we’ll show you how to fix that.
How do I fix the Flash is unavailable in your browser error?
Use a browser that still runs Flash content
- Click the Opera icon in the top left and choose Settings.
- Go to Site Settings.
- Select Flash.
- Now enable Allow sites to run Flash option.
Bear in mind that you’ll need to manually activate Flash on each website similar to the previous section.
Opera is great for all multimedia content due to its low hardware requirements, and with the built-in ad blocker Opera will render your pages faster than ever.
As for multimedia, it’s worth mentioning that the browser has a pop-out video player that can come in handy for multitasking.
The browser allows you to customize your home page with RSS feeds, allowing you to keep track of the latest news.
Free VPN is also available and it comes with unlimited bandwidth. The browser itself uses the Chromium engine, and it even works with Chrome extensions.
If you haven’t, this might be a perfect moment to try Opera out.
OperaRun Flash content from any website without any issues with the help of this fast and ultra-modern web browser.
In case you didn’t know, Adobe ceased support for Adobe Flash content on January 12 2021, and that is the main reason why you may be getting this error.
The entire Internet content has migrated to HTML5, and officially there is no more Flash content available online.
However there is a workaround if you still have courses save din flash format (.SWF), and that would be to use Opera as a web browser to play locally-stored flash content.
Frequently Asked Questions
As of now, the only web browser that still supports flash content is Opera.
If Flash isn’t working in Chrome, it might not be enabled for a specific accessing the website from a different browser?or it might not be enabled in Chrome as a whole. You could also try
Most modern desktop browsers still support Flash, but that will change in the near future.