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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 gets a Release Candidate

Brings mostly performance and stability fixes

| Software News | Posted: Apr 7, 2010 10:50 am

Adobe's Flash Player 10.1 development is slowly but surely making progress, having just reached a release candidate phase which brings with it a significant amount of fixes and improvements to the code, but nothing extraordinary over what previous Beta builds could do.

 

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Stability and performance are the two main areas of improvement along with better graphics card support that deals with some annoying video playback issues on some configurations.

 

Adobe has a PDF freely available for download which runs you over the full release notes of this RC build so you can get a clearer picture on what exactly these changes/fixes are.

 

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