With the Safari browser, it is easy to sync all of your passwords, bookmarks, history, and more across all your Apple devices. This makes it easy for you to switch between different devices and still have all of your information and preferences available at your fingertips.
However, from time to time, you may experience a blocked plug-in notification in Safari. This usually happens after a security update, and although it does not occur often, it can be a frustrating issue to deal with.
Working with an outdated Flash Player can also cause your plug-ins to become blocked. Updating your Flash Player can resolve this issue as well. Blocked plug-ins can directly impact your browsing experience through Safari and can make it challenging to use the browser efficiently.
How to Unblock Plug-In Safari
Let’s look at the steps to fix your blocked plug-ins on Mac.
Step 1: Launch Safari Browser
Open your Safari Browser by clicking on the Safari browser icon in your dock on Mac.
Step 2: Go to ‘Preferences’
Once in your Safari Browser, click on Safari in the top menu bar to open the drop-down list. From here, you can click on ‘Preferences.’
Step 3: Click on ‘Security’
In the new window that appears, you can click on ‘Security.
Step 4: Click ‘Allow Plug-Ins’
Click the checkbox to allow plug-ins.
You can also use these steps to help you manage your plug-ins. There are a lot of different plug-ins available for your Safari browser. Once you have clicked on ‘Security as mentioned in the above steps, you will see a list of all your plug-ins. You can manually allow them to run or disable them if you no longer need them.
Browse Safely, Effectively, and Fast
Now that you know how to make sure all your plug-ins work on Safari, you can spend more time browsing and less time worrying about blocked plug-ins.