Jun 25

The wide use of 64 – bit editions of Linux, Mac, OS X and Windows has hit a spot for Adobe. But with this pressure, why did Adobe withdraw its 64 – bit Adobe Flash Player version?

Tom Nguyen, the product manager of Adobe Flash Player, tells people not to worry on the withdrawal of the product. The top priority is using a web browser plug- in which is further than 32- bit. Adobe is not mentioning any date for the delivery of the product. Furthermore, the company is not rushing things through. To put it simply, Adobe would rather allow broken websites in the World Wide Web than rush the innovation of the 64- bit Adobe Flash.

This has created positive and negative comments for the users. Some people are rejoicing due to the fact that they thinking that Flash would finally fade from the web. Moreover, some users are finding it hard to accept the probable fading of Flash due to its relevant use on interactive charts, online games and video streaming.

The process of transition from the low- tech gadgets and computer tools to the more advanced software and creations is fast transacting. The 64 – bit is one of these transitions. But pondering more on the trend and fad of the 64 – bit, what can it actually do?

64 – Bit browser would allow you to run memory hungry tasks more smoothly. And though Adobe does not see this 64 – bit browser as relevant as people seem to show, Adobe takes notice of this change since more and more people are expected to transfer to 64 – Bit browsers. This is the reason why Nguyen is emphasizing on the best possible web experience for the users. And so Adobe is currently working on 64 – Bit Flash Player for the desktop and promises to offer support 64 – Bit platforms such as Linux, Macintosh and Windows.

The soon emergence of the 64 – Bit Adobe Flash creates anticipation within the users. But what is certain is that web problems will decrease from the release of this Flash product. IT Support

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