Adobe Systems announced the Adobe Flash Player Square, which allows you to preview release of native 64-bit Mac OS, Linux and Windows operating systems.
preview available from Adobe Labs is provided, so users can check the contents of existing and new platforms for compatibility and stability. Adobe warns preview is not yet stable, and advises caution when installing Flash Player Square on production machines.
Community is very vocal about the need for 64-bit native, and we heard a loud and clear, writes Paul Betlem in Adobe Flash Player Team Blog .
Today, we are also to refresh the 64-bit Linux version of Flash Player with the first preview of both 64-bit Windows and Mac versions. If youre using 64-bit, I encourage you to install a 64-bit version of Flash Player and give it a try.
In addition, Adobe Flash Player Square offers enhanced support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, committing to use hardware rendering of surface area to increase efficiency and facilitate the smooth graphic composition.
Adobe Flash Player Square can be downloaded here .
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