Previously, the solution was to disable any extra Flash plugins, but as has been pointed out in the comments below, the latest version of Chrome shows only one Flash plugin.
Note that Google now disables Flash in Chrome by default and will ask you to enable it only when you visit a site that doesn't have an HTML5 alternative to Flash. For those who do wish to use Flash, the need to enable it every time will be a nuisance.
Not only is Flash notorious for its security vulnerabilities, but it is today used primarily behind the scenes for things like analytics that serve only to slow down your experience, and drain your battery.
Only allow Flash to run on websites that you trust.
Security vulnerabilities are regularly found in Adobe Flash Player.
This has been fixed - as far as Adobe is concerned.
What this means is that, if you're still experiencing bad Flash performance or the plugin crashing, you should check if you are indeed running the latest version of Chrome. To check, click on the three horizontal bars near the top-right corner and click Help About Google Chrome.Google Chrome, unlike other browsers, has its own version of Adobe Flash Player built in.When you update Chrome, it also updates the version of Flash.Adobe Flash Player is the most popular multimedia player plug-in available. Launch Firefox and go to the Apple menu bar and click Tools – Add-ons. Click the Plugins tab and turn the “Shockwave Flash” to “Always Activate.” Note: (SWF (Shock Wave Flash) is a special format created by Macromedia, which has been acquired by Adobe.However, recently there have been security concerns which has threatened its popularity as users seek safer alternative solutions. Launch Opera and go to the Apple menu bar and click Preferences. Select the Websites tab and then select “Allow sites to run Flash” 3. It is widely used in web design, animation production and other fields.) For enhancing the user experience and security, Adobe is always trying to improve Adobe Flash Player.As far as Adobe is concerned, the bug that causes Shockwave Flash to crash in Chrome has been fixed.