Tag Archive: Flash player

May 16 2011

Another reason to hate Adobe Flash… their updates.

I’m not able to be alone in this… I’m damn near pleading with adobe here on this one. Please stop with these obtuse update Windows. They’re coming out like every week or so and the update process is so obtuse; I nearly can’t stand it. Are you putting efforts in to give me another reason …

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Apr 26 2011

YouTube Encoding videos to WebM is the right choice

Adobe Flash video has been a hassle for years. First with having to even install the Adobe Flash player and then to endure the lack of timely updates and security problems that Adobe has had with the plug-in. And up until recently, Adobe had not released a player for Adobe Flash or the 64-bit systems; …

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Apr 02 2010

Firefox/Minefield 3.7a4Pre

The development of Firefox is moving forward, and thus far, everything is looking smooth. Mozilla’s efforts to publish a 64-bit web browser seems to be getting closer to fruition. The development of minefield has been building over the past couple of years. While other web browsers are floundering in the 32-bit world of web browsing, …

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Jan 25 2010

Adobe Flash Player Continues to Ignore 64-bit users

It was almost a year ago that I was reporting on the 64-bit browser for Mozilla Thunderbird and the absence of a 64-bit flash player from Adobe. Even in October, there were still no updates from Adobe. It’s been almost a year and there’s been no new, no progress and no updates from Adobe as …

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Oct 31 2009

Installing Adobe Flash on Ubuntu 9.10 – Just works.

One of the first things your going to need with Ubuntu 9.10 is FLASH player. I’m still not real happy with Ubuntu and Adobe on this mess; it’s just stupid. How in the world is a new person to Ubuntu to understand half the gibberish crap about terminal commands, the tweaks to get the FLASH …

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Oct 08 2009

Adobe to 64-bit users: NO FLASH PLAYER FOR YOU!

You’ve got to be kidding me. 64-bit machines have [not are] flooded the market. Everyone has witnessed the flood of 64-bit systems to the market and yet there’s no 64-bit FLASH player! Nah, forget it Internet Explorer users I’m not even discussing Internet Explorer. Just about as far as anyone cares, that browser is dead. …

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Apr 01 2009

64-bit Web Browsing: Slow Market Penetration

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64-bit PC’s and laptops are hitting the market consistently now. 64-bit systems are flooding the market, just one of the lacking points is the development of a 64-bit browsers and their components. It’s pretty obvious that the software developers don’t place a lot of emphasis on this fact. The natural evolution of software says you’ve …

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Mar 11 2009

Minefield: Firefox 64bit – Still early…

I guess I’m among the early few that have a 64-bit operating system. While I can benefit from the speed and the additional resources, I have to put up with the shortcomings of various software providers. I was looking to take advantage of my system and it’s resources, so I recently downloaded Mozilla’s version of …

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Mar 09 2009

The 64-bit Count Down for Windows

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For the past couple of years hardware manufacturers have been producing 64-bit systems. Microsoft produced a 64-bit version of Windows XP about seven years ago and for those poor bastards who actually loaded windows XP they realized that they were in a precarious situation because they were running an operating system that was not supported …

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