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Windows 7: Adobe Releases Flash Player 10.1 And AIR 2.0

19 Nov 2009   #21
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

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Maybe they don't know how.
They kind of do. It's available to use on Linux distros only last time I checked

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I wouldn't doubt it...they have had ample time to make the change...
Now, now. Everyone knows that Adobe products are very cheap - maybe they can't afford the development
Well, maybe its really hard to use it in Windows? Last time i checked, programming in Linux based distros is much easier then in Windows And i honestly DOUBT that money is a problem...
How can it take so long though? They can't hire people to help out? Really, no real excuse for it.


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19 Nov 2009   #22
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 

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They kind of do. It's available to use on Linux distros only last time I checked



Now, now. Everyone knows that Adobe products are very cheap - maybe they can't afford the development
Well, maybe its really hard to use it in Windows? Last time i checked, programming in Linux based distros is much easier then in Windows And i honestly DOUBT that money is a problem...
How can it take so long though? They can't hire people to help out? Really, no real excuse for it.
But, I'm sure they're working on it, and it might be released with IE9? I really wouldn't be surprised, it would be a great Plugin for IE9, and for IE9 to be released with x64 Flash support!
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19 Nov 2009   #23
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

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Well, maybe its really hard to use it in Windows? Last time i checked, programming in Linux based distros is much easier then in Windows And i honestly DOUBT that money is a problem...
How can it take so long though? They can't hire people to help out? Really, no real excuse for it.
But, I'm sure they're working on it, and it might be released with IE9? I really wouldn't be surprised, it would be a great Plugin for IE9, and for IE9 to be released with x64 Flash support!
I'm also guessing all the other Browser makers will release a 64-bit version shortly after (6 months is my guess) adobe flash x64 for Windows is released.

Firefox may not be happy with all their addons and themes , can anyone imagine Chrome x64 for Windows?
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19 Nov 2009   #24
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 

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How can it take so long though? They can't hire people to help out? Really, no real excuse for it.
But, I'm sure they're working on it, and it might be released with IE9? I really wouldn't be surprised, it would be a great Plugin for IE9, and for IE9 to be released with x64 Flash support!
I'm also guessing all the other Browser makers will release a 64-bit version shortly after (6 months is my guess) adobe flash x64 for Windows is released.

Firefox may not be happy with all their addons and themes , can anyone imagine Chrome x64 for Windows?
Yummy! Chrome x64 - DEATHLY Fast loll And yes, mozilla users will have a tough time re-making all of those apps.
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20 Nov 2009   #25
jimwoodward

windows 7
 
 
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Adobe sucks no x64 support. Adobe is holding up all of 64bit web browsing. Ya its all there fault. I wish all sites would just switch to silverlight. Haven't the web designers figured out that adobe doesn't want to support there product anymore. Oh ya thats right there using adobe for web design. Adobe and Apple there like brother and sister just screwing over the PC world. They want everyone to switch to silverlight. I have started working around the x64 support, if a site needs adode flash I just wont go there. its simple. Man I wish I could express how I really feel. Someone give me something to smash. If only I could use fowl language.
u've used the word 'there' several times and all are incorrect!!!
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20 Nov 2009   #26
zone23

Windows 7 X64
 
 

Theres a good reason why its still beta, keeps crashing my Internet Explorer.
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20 Nov 2009   #27
zone23

Windows 7 X64
 
 

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Adobe sucks no x64 support. Adobe is holding up all of 64bit web browsing. Ya its all there fault. I wish all sites would just switch to silverlight. Haven't the web designers figured out that adobe doesn't want to support there product anymore. Oh ya thats right there using adobe for web design. Adobe and Apple there like brother and sister just screwing over the PC world. They want everyone to switch to silverlight. I have started working around the x64 support, if a site needs adode flash I just wont go there. its simple. Man I wish I could express how I really feel. Someone give me something to smash. If only I could use fowl language.
u've used the word 'there' several times and all are incorrect!!!

I always get confused is it there, or their I don't know I guess I'm just an idiot. Its exactly why I'm a tech and not a grammar teacher. Can't spell either but I got spell check for that. I need a grammar checker. Lucky for me though I have a bunch of them on this site. They may not no much about computers but they know when to use there/their.

There I think I've go it corrected now.
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