Chrome not updating flash player
Another solution is to disable Chrome's integrated Adobe Flash Player plugin to force the use of the standalone version.
You can this by accessing this URL in Chrome: chrome://plugins/ and clicking Disable on Chrome's Flash Player plugin (the one with the longest Location path): Lastly, refresh Chrome and try again.
That is why you can't see the Privacy tab on the Adobe Setting window. Google Chrome already includes an integrated version of Flash Player, which is automatically updated by Chrome – there is normally no need to download the standalone Adobe version of Flash Player, which is intended for non-Chrome users (primarily Firefox).
Just close your Private Browsing session and open a non-private window to use We Pow. I can't click on "Allow" and "Remember", what should I do? There is a problem with some versions of Adobe Flash Player that prevents you from allowing access to your webcam from the regular interface. How can I re-display the panel to change my Privacy settings? You may want to change your Privacy Settings if, for example, you selected "Remember" and then want to change your "Allow" or "Deny" answer. However, if Firefox or a similar web browser is (or has ever been) installed on your computer, then you have likely also installed the standalone version of Flash for Firefox/other web browsers.
As far as Adobe is concerned, the bug that causes Shockwave Flash to crash in Chrome has been fixed.
If you are still experiencing problems, ensure you are running the latest version of Google's web browser.
According to Google, "HTML5 is much lighter and faster, and publishers are switching over to speed up page loading and save you more battery life.
FLASH PLAYER on CHROME OS (created Oct 15, 2015) I ran into an interesting wrinkle while logged on as a Guest user on a Chromebook.
If there is no alternative and you really have to enable Flash and use it, here's what you can do to try and fix it.
Google Chrome, unlike other browsers, has its own version of Adobe Flash Player built in.
Update March 28, 2017: I had not used this Flash tester in a long time. They even have a third tester page they call Flash Player Help (also available via insecure HTTP).
This page shows the installed version of Flash and indicates if its the latest version or not.