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Cannot view YouTube videos, ( due to their Flash Content ), on Chrome

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Running Win 10 with Chrome browser Version 67.0.3396.87 (Official Build) (64-bit). Cannot view You Tube videos due to their Flash Content. Every tutorial I've watched, ( or read ), is over-simplified, and does not work! I have gone into Chrome's advanced settings, added https://www.youtube.com/to the allow flash content area. I've even disabled my hardware acceleration. Everything I've been told, or read about. Nothing works. So, I no longer have Chrome designated as my default browser, because I cannot watch You Tube videos. In an earlier version of Chrome, I learned what the "fix" for this predicament was, and I successfully implemented it, ( but that was 2 years ago ). I should have made note. Today, I cannot remember what I did, and therefore, I cannot duplicate that "fix" today, in hopes that it might work, and be effective with this newer version of Chrome. So, I need help. Please help me solve this? Please? It's not an ad blocker. I uninstalled it. It's not my anti-virus software either. There's some little, quirky trick to this, ( and I used to know what it is ), but I cannot remember now. So, please help me? Thanks so much....


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