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I have , over the years , collected many SWF files . I can no longer play them . Does anyone know of a SWF player that won't cause my PC to keep freezing . Failing that can someone please tell me of a player that can read SWF files and convert them into a different format .
I'm mainly reposting other peoples hard work.
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They should play if you choose to open them in your web browser.
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I have SWF games I play through Chrome without any issues. Just make sure you right-click the SWF file and associate it with your web browser.
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