Adobe Rolls Out Flash Player 10 Beta

by on May 15, 2008
in Design, Internet, Softwares, Web 2.0

Adobe Flash logoAdobe has recently released a beta version of it’s upcoming Adobe Flash Player 10 (code-named as Astro). It has some new expressive features and visual performance improvements that will allow designers and developers to build the richest and enhance the Web experience to a greater extent than it previously was. One thing I like in this beta, is its support for Ubuntu!

Adobe Flash Player 10 will take creativity and interactivity to a new level. It includes better support for 3D animation and video hardware acceleration, among other improvements. This early beta has been released for developers to test and give feedback about the player to Adobe.

If you would like to have more details on the features and it’s requirements, you can go through the release notes form here.

IMPORTANT: Before installing this beta, make sure you uninstall all the previous versions of Adobe Flash Player.


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