What web browser are you referring to; Firefox perhaps?
Hello Carm, thanks for your response. I use Mozilla Firefox. I always prefer Firefox..
OK, so this has been a problem that only exists in Firefox most notably since the implementation of plugin-container.exe
This is 100% Firefox issue. I have found a partial solution that should help you out; hopefully.
I stumbled across this and it has worked 99% of the time to stop plugin crashes ( actually plugin-container.exe crashes but thinks that the plugin has crashed )
I hope you know how to make a BAT file? You can try this out on your system to see if it helps and if it does I will provide a link to a exe that sits in the system tray. ( Run one of these before you launch Firefox
Here is the BAT file code below. Try this first. it just runs in a loop, and you can minimize it to see if it helps.
You also might want to do a clean install. I simplified that process down to a script as well. You can browse either BAT version or exe here: Adobe Flash Updater - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
del C:\Windows\Prefetch\PLUGIN-CONTAINER*.pf >nul 2>&1
:: remove the >nul 2>&1 if you do not want to see messages like files does not exist for example
del C:\Windows\Prefetch\flashpl*.pf >nul 2>&1
del C:\Windows\Prefetch\firefox*.pf >nul 2>&1
del C:\Windows\Prefetch\PLUGIN-HANG*.pf >nul 2>&1
del C:\Windows\Prefetch\AGCP*.pf >nul 2>&1
Hopefully something I provided helps
Your reply is really helpful for me. When I use Google Chrome, the browser doesn't crash but Firefox is my preference and this the reasong why I am asking for help. I will try the process told by you and if I success to solve my problem thorugh your codes, I will save for future. Thanks for your kind support. I really appreciate you.