When you need the plugin for it, you can enable Adobe Flash Player on your Mac's Safari browser in a few quick steps. Before you get started, however, you'll need to know what version of Safari you.
- Customize your browsing experience by getting Safari extensions from the Mac App Store. Get extensions to customize Safari on Mac. To browse the Safari User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page. If you need more help, visit the Safari Support website. Safari User Guide.
- What’s New in Safari. Discover how to take advantage of new features including Desktop-class browsing on iPad, new APIs for Safari Extensions and Content Blockers, and enhancements to make link following on macOS a great experience.
Important: Use Software Update and install all updates until Software Update reports 'Your software is up to date.'
Select the version of Safari you are using below to see the relevant instructions.
Safari 6.1 and later
In Safari 6.1 and later, you can enable or disable the Java plug-in for individual websites from the Security pane of Safari preferences. When the plug-in is installed but disabled on a website, Safari displays the disabled plug-in prompt instead of the Java content:
If you see a missing plug-in indicator instead of the disabled plug-in indicator, the Java Internet plug-in is not installed.
Safari 6 and earlier
To disable the Java web plug-in in Safari 6 or earlier, follow these steps:
- In Safari, choose Safari > Preferences or press Command-comma (⌘-,)
- Click 'Security'.
- Uncheck (deselect) 'Allow Java'.
- Close the Safari preferences window.
Safari Java Plugin For Mac Os
To re-enable Java in Safari, check 'Allow Java'.
Unblock Plugin Safari Mac
- See this article for information about how to update the Java web plug-in.
- Click this link for information about how to disable the Java web plug-in in Chrome.
- Click this link for information about how to disable the Java web plug-in in Firefox.