Today, Adobe released the prerelease version of Flash Player 10.1 for computers and netbooks running Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (linux). Adobe has also updated some of its mobile demo videos and documents and it looks like a beta of Flash Player 10.1 for the Palm Pre is right around the corner.
Flash Player 10.1 utilizes GPU and hardware acceleration for H.264 and AAC media whenever possible. The big hurdle with Flash on mobile or low-powered devices is that Flash isn’t compiled to offload the decoding tasks to the graphics processor, which can often do the heavy lifting with better performance with with less power consumption.
Even if you aren’t running a netbook or lower-powered system, you might just benefit from downloading Flash Player 10.1 prerelease. Mac OS X users have had a lot of issues with Flash slowdowns — even on the fastest machines. My own iMac with an Intel i7 and 8 GB of RAM still suffers more slowdowns than it should. The prerelease reduces CPU usage to a significant degree, according to AnandTech’s benchmarks and I saw immediate improvements in Hulu (Hulu) full-screen playback.
It was great news!
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