Adobe Flash Player
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Full user review
"Crashing and little hope"
A needed resource because flash is everywhere now.
If it were a body part it would be like trying to walk with a torn knee, messes me up severely just doing simple stuff.
Crashes my computer all the time.IF YOU'VE BEEN GOING THROUGH THE SAME PROBLEMS VOTE THEM ONE STAR!!!
I've done just about everything I can to accommodate AFP, I try to watch as many vids or games as I can in low or medium quality, allow it unlimited space to upload, change hardware acceleration and power options here and there, clearing history, use different browsers, uninstall and update... Any trick you you see online to try to stop ADF from crashing, I've tried it and some of my own and THEY'VE ALL FAILED.
The worst thing of all is how Adobe has a monopoly on this software, there's no way around it as far as flash online, and that might not even be YouTube videos, it could be stupid pop up ads. Adobe has made something that's everywhere, what Google is to the search engine they are to flash, in fact they're worse because at least with Google you have alternatives like Yahoo and Bing. So even though ADOBE FLASH PLAYER (now) SUCKS it's impossible to look for an alternative to it anywhere, it doesn't exist, but, boy, would I like to see them go them end up like IE did when Firefox came out after how many times they've crashed my computer. Smokescreen has some promise but it also seems to be a CPU hog.
I guess Team Jobs was onto something.
Updated on Jul 20, 2010