Many users have encountered the "Adobe Flash Player is blocked due to expiration" error message after updating Google's browser chrome because the update will show that old Flash Player has expired after upgrading Adobe Flash Player. Here are a few ways to solve this problem.
Here are a few solutions:
1. Method One: Directly turn off Adobe Flash Player
Enter "chrome://plugins/" in the address bar of the Chrome browser to see that the Adobe Flash Player version is red 184.108.40.206. The back of the "Download Critical security update" is linked to the Google site, the wall is not over.
Simply, click "Deactivate" directly. You don't need Adobe Flash player to keep an error!? Haha, this is a quiet time.
2. Method Two: Add the startup parameter to Chrome
The method is to add a startup parameter to the Chrome browser's shortcut EXE file, and note that there is a space in front of the "--".
Of course, methods one and two are both palliative and not permanent. The best solution is to update it to the latest version.
3, update the full version of Google Chrome browser
Without turning over the wall, download the full version of the Chrome browser directly, and update to the latest version will be no problem.