Adobe ships Flash 10.1 beta for testing 3

Adobe has come in for some criticism lately, perhaps that’s why the company this morning quietly introduced a developer pre-release version of its Adobe Flash Player 10.1 software for Windows, Mac and Linux.

The company has released the software so developers can test content to ensure new features function properly and existing content plays back correctly.

Flash Player 10.1 is the first consistent runtime release of the Open Screen Project

Consumers can try the beta release of Flash Player 10.1 right now, though users should uninstall any currently installed Flash Player before installing the latest prerelease

We’re interested in how well this version performs on the Mac, people…

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3 thoughts on “Adobe ships Flash 10.1 beta for testing

  • Ian

    Installed the 10.1 beta on my MacBook Pro and seemed to have a problem with Expose not working properly afterwards, couldn’t do the “4-finger swipe” on my trackpad to trigger Expose. Uninstalled Flash 10.1 and Expose worked normally again.

  • terry

    Installed it, I thought it was going to be 64 bit. It doesn’t work with 64 bit Minefield (Firefox). It does function well with Safari. When is that Adobel Flash 64 bit version coming out?