How does plugins affects internet browsers?

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I just reformatted my laptop computer and now I'm having trouble running accurately with my browsers. Videos from various sites is giving only a sad face emoticon and telling me to install or update the plugins. I tried to reinstate the previous version of all my browsers but still didn't worked at all. Can someone give some tips or advise on what should I do next?
 
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Chrome started blocking flash content, if the videos you are trying to watch are embedded with a flash viewer they won't be shown.
You can configure your Chrome browser to allow flash content by clicking the lock/info icon on the left of the web address bar, then click the arrows right of "Flash" and choose always allow on this site.
 

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I have a few plugins on my Google Chrome.
I mostly used them because they help me watch videos online or for gaming.
So far, I have not had a single issue when it comes down to plugins I use.It is mostly because they come from a trusty source and do not occupy a lot of space.
They stay quiet and are only activated when visiting site you activated them for.
I would suggest having a few plugins that are safe, while others, mostly offered ''on force'' by other websites, should not be installed.
 
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