All in all deciding to change your default browser to Google Chrome was probably a good thing in most cases. However, no browser can be perfect, and chrome is certainly known for its issues streaming video content in flash off of sites which Google does not also own.

For those of you who are unwilling switch to a different browser for the sole purpose of being able to stream video from your favorite live porn sites, and this guide is designed to help you tweak your settings in ways that are most likely to benefit your streaming video capabilities and chrome. It should be mentioned, however, that these fixes are in no way guaranteed simply use the nature of how Google has programmed this browser to act.

If, after you have tried all of these fixes, you do not see any improvement in your system’s ability to handle streaming video, and maybe your best interest to simply install another browser on your system for the sole purpose of being able to access your favorite cam girl. While this might seem a little silly at first, having a separate browser for porn is something we typically recommend for all sorts of different reasons regardless of your computer’s capabilities, most of which have to do with the security and privacy most of us which to keep on browsing porn.

Google, Flash, and the War of Convenience

It comes to sorting out Google Chrome’s problems handling streaming video, this important thing to understand is that, by and large, the factor is not that Google Chrome cannot handle video, but rather that it handles Flash in a fundamentally different way than the rest of your system. In general, you can expect Flash to have a rocky relationship with just about every system, software, and mobile device it has been implemented in. This sort of love-hate relationship with the popular coding platform is more or less industrywide. On the one hand, Flash was certainly revolutionary when it came out, in most cases all of the capability which it originally demonstrated has now become accessible through other methods.

This does not mean, however, that all of these methods or as accessible to every web developer, for every website that they create. In fact, this has a lot less to do with the capabilities of the alternative, and a lot more to do with the fact that most web developers today are essentially brought up coding in flash. This means they can only work much more quickly in flash, but generally have a better idea of what they’re doing in the first place. As you can imagine, most people are more willing to rely on a standard they know will not only reach a broader audience but also allow them to produce better to do a shorter period of time.

A Love-Hate Relationship

Aside from all of this, it is also important to understand the environment in which chrome was originally released. While the love-hate relationship with Flash has never really gone away, the main concern at the time was a combination of security and efficiency. Flash has a habit of, due to its extensive capabilities, introducing quite a few flaws to the modern security system on the computer. It is, in fact, very well-known for having had exploits from day one in almost every version, which were not discovered until much later.

In addition, the plug-in which Adobe had you download to your computer to make use of Flash content on the Internet generally installed a lot more than necessarily needed to have. In many cases, even, people would frequently have to work on machines when they did not have the ability to install flash on their system, which in turn just creates headaches for everyone. Thus, when Google decided that it was going to create its own web browser, it set out to make the entire program unrolling more usable, but more efficient, and more secure than the alternatives. To this extent, they implemented their own version of flash directly into the browser.

Pepper Flash

Google’s version of flash, otherwise known as “pepper flash” is part of the Chrome installation. It does not affect the rest of your computer’s capability to run flash, and for that reason is very popular among enthusiasts do not wish to wait on the machine was unnecessary installations. Generally speaking, you can even expect most live porn sites to run relatively well on this native implementation.

However, if you are reading this guide, you are probably one of the many who has also experienced certain sites is flash to stream video content adding some sort of serious complication in the chrome browser. This could be anything from the page not loading, chrome itself crashing, to your entire computer freezing up. It is for that reason that the best advice we can give you is to disable the pepper flash plug-in in chrome and download the full flash install from Adobe.

Plugins: Disabling, Removing, and Adding

Enabling your computer to view not only the guide but the live porn site that you found on it actually not as much of a problem as it may seem. If you go to your URL bar and start typing “chrome://” you will typically be prompted with many options, however adding the word “plugin” will probably not be one of them. Do it anyway. This should take you to a page wherein chrome lists all of the plug-ins currently installed in the browser. But on the option, top-grade show more details about the plug-ins, and you will see but a bit more. The only thing we’re interested in and here is flash, finding the plug-in, scrolling down and clicking the checkbox which disables it.

Close your browser and restart it. The easiest way to do the next part is to just enter a search for “download flash” then taking the first link that leads to the Adobe website. That if we should then prompt you to choose the operating system you are using, and then probably ask you if you want to download anything else. Make sure the only thing it is giving you is Flash, then download it.

As usual, your download will show up at the bottom of your chrome window, and all you need to do from here is click on it and follow the on-screen prompts to install flash on your system. Depending on the type of machine, and operating system you are using, you may have to restart your system after installation is complete, we recommend doing this regardless.

When your computer boots up after this process is complete, you will have flash installed on the operating system in the more traditional fashion which Adobe has always preferred. Fortunately, given the great debate over the usefulness of flash, its security, and efficiency in recent years, this poses much less of a threat to the stability and security of your system then it has in previous years.

A Word of Caution

All this does not give you license, however, to forget about other security measures that can be applied to your systems, such as a good firewall, antivirus, and anti-malware, and keeping up to date on all the above, drivers, and your operating system itself. So long as you put forth the effort, you will be rewarded.