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Adobe announces Flash Player for Chrome OS

By Emil
Dec 10, 2010
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  1. Adobe has announced the Chrome notebook Pilot program, which will see Flash Player ported to Chrome OS. Google's latest mobile operating system is yet another platform that Adobe wants its three million Flash developers to develop for. Currently, the company says that Flash Player 10.1 support is a work in progress and acceleration for video is a top priority.

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  2. Google is definitely doing things right I see big things for Chrome OS
     
  3. rwright

    rwright TS Rookie

    I have to admit, I am intrigued by a browser based OS. Would love to try this OS out on one of my notebooks.
     
  4. mario

    mario Ex-TS Developer Posts: 399   +17

    Everybody has dismissed Chrome OS for big things, even people from Google. It will have some use but will never be mainstream.æ
     
  5. I'ts actually pretty nice, I have one of the beta testing's to be completely "in the cloud" in helpful
    but yet has its setbacks
     


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