How to disable Java was blocked because its out of date message

March 5, 2015   /   by Marco  / Categories :  Google, Technology
Java was blocked because it is out of date

If you run an old version of Java and found it more stable than the latest version Chrome will keep bugging you to update the plugin. This prevents the Java app to run and can be very annoying. Here’s the example message:

Java was blocked because it is out of date

One way to disable to disable this message from appearing is to use the command switch –allow-outdated-plugins with the Chrome.exe file. What you can do is create a shortcut pointing with the following:

“C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” –allow-outdated-plugins (note there are two dashes before allow)

Below is an example:

Java allow outdated plugins

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