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For a week games haven’t been loading in Chrome. It isn’t freezing Chrome, the games just don’t work. The browser window freezes and won’t scroll up or down, but I can still go to other pages. Works fine in Internet Explorer.
Alright, Chrome is known to have an issue where its local Flash plugin is in conflict with the computer plugin causing it not to run Flash properly. To see if that’s the issue, open a new tab, type “about:plugins” in the search bar, search for Flash files and disable the one with “Chrome” in its address. Doing so should end the conflict by making the browser use the computer Flash. An advantage of doing this is that Flash will be more stable. A disadvantage is that Flash will no longer update automatically meaning you’ll have to check [this website](http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/) once in a while. Disabling a plugin is reversible meaning you’ll always be able to enable it again if need be. If games are still not working, the issue might be caused by browser extensions (addons). If you installed some, disable them and re-enable them one by one while playing games to see which one of them is the culprit. If you have no addons or nothing changes when you disable addons, post here so we can see what else could be causing the problem.