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Chrome by default asks if you want to run Flash when you browse a page that uses it. Find out more about using Flash. Popups are prevented from being displayed manually by setting the option to Display popups only. Find out more about how to manage pop-ups. Select whether to display advertisements on websites with eye-catching advertising experience. Chrome asks you by default whether a website can see your precise site information.
Find out more about how to share your site. Alerts: Notifications: Certain Web pages, such as Google Calendar, can display alerts on your computer's Desktop. Chrome asks you by default whether a website can display alerts. Find out more about alerts. You may be asked by some Web pages to use your phone and your phone. Find out more about the use of digital video surveillance equipment.
You may be asked by some websites to use your phone and your phone. Find out more about the use of digital imaging equipment. Certain websites require plug-ins to do things like streaming videos or installing softwares. Chrome asks you by default whether a website plug-in can circumvent Chrome's sandpit to gain control of your computer.
When you want to browse and retrieve more than one file from a website, select whether you want to retrieve them or not. A number of Web sites may want to use System Exclusive (SysEx) messaging to get full MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) connectivity. It is possible to link a website to a device that allows the website to navigate and log information from the unit.
Adjust how much you want to magnify certain webpages.
Find out more about zoom in and zoom out. Chrome opens a PDF by default in the Chrome PDF Explorer. In order to dowload a PDF instead of opening it, enable dowload PDF instead of opening it in Chrome automatic. Proprietary content: Select this option to allow Chrome to playback proprietary contents. In addition, on Windows or Chromebooks, select to allow websites to display the necessary information about your machine.
Find out more about proprietary contents. It uses its preferences instead of the defaults. Open Chrome on your computer. Visit a website. Select Location Preferences. The changes you make will be saved to your account immediately.