What Happened to chrome://plugins in Google Chrome?
4/19/2017 · Google has made yet another change to Chrome’s “under the hood” settings with the removal of the chrome://plugins page in version 57, so how do you access the settings for plugins now? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a frustrated reader’s question.
How to Disable Chrome Extensions and Plug-Ins
Use the chrome://settings/content URL or open the Chrome menu and follow the path Settings > Show advanced settings > Content Settings. Scroll to the plug-in you want to control and click on it. Click the slider to toggle the plug-in on or off.
Here you can control Adobe Flash Player: it will open the Chrome flash player settings page where you can enable and disable the flash player globally or add exceptions (allow and block the flash plugin on specific sites). The new “components” page (which replaced the original plugins page some time ago) is also accessible here.
Google Product Forums
Adobe is committed to providing you with options to control SWF or FLV content and applications that run in Adobe Flash Player. The Flash Player Settings Manager lets you manage global privacy settings, storage settings, and security settings, by using the following panels: