Adobe unveils Flash Player 9 for Linux

January 18, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment
Filed Under Desktops, Software

It was on last week when Systems Inc. has come-up with came-up with security patches for Acrobat Reader. This week Adobe Systems Inc. is again in the news. This time it has unveiled Adobe Flash Player 9 for Linux. Its lucrative features include 10 times faster operation of the scripts. It also has advanced features for text, graphics and video. This new release will now enable users to compete with Windows and Mac OS X systems.

Adobe Flash Player 9

Desktop Linux users can download this new software from the website of Adobe. Linux users now take the full benefit of flash features. Flex 2 development tools can now be accessed by the Linux users. Red Hat and Novell, the two Linux providers were quite optimistic about Flash Player 9, and hoped that this will enable to increase their sales. The new Linux desktops will now come equipped with Flash Player 9.

However, for Adobe Flash Player 9 to operate an 800 MHz or faster processor with 512MB of RAM and 128MB of graphics memory is required. Another criterion is the presence of audio hardware, which is compatible Advanced Linux Sound Architecture.

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