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User report G4 issue. Flash Player 10 is very much broken on older Mac computers as of March 2009.

User report G4 issue

I know it sounds too old but my g4 400mhz is very fast because the install of 10.4.11 is very clean. Flash 9 was working great with firefox3 and Safari3, both with all updates. Then I updated to flash 10 and the problems were so obvious. Websites that used flash for plain animation would crawl, and any video would skip. Here is a good test video of wall-e ( uses youtube ) Adobe bug report. Tutorial. I have a Power Mac G5 and iMac G5 and noticed both were running slow after updating my Flash Player to version 10.


The fix? Roll back to version 9. It seems most sites still support version 9. This tutorial will show you how to uninstall Flash 10 and install Flash 9. Step 1: Power Mac G5. The Power Mac G5 is Apple Inc.'s marketing name for models of the Power Macintosh that contained the IBM PowerPC G5 CPU inside an anodized aluminium chassis.[1] The professional-grade computer was the most powerful in Apple's lineup when it was introduced, widely hailed as the first 64-bit PC, and was touted by Apple as the fastest personal computer ever built.

Power Mac G5

It was officially launched as part of Steve Jobs' keynote presentation in June 2003 at the Worldwide Developers Conference, and saw three revisions to the line before being retired in August 2006 to make way for its Intel replacement, the Mac Pro. Introduction[edit] The Power Mac G5 was introduced with three models, sharing the same physical case, but differing in features and performance. The physical case of the Power Mac G5 was very different and unusual compared to any other computer at that time.

Steve Jobs stated during his keynote presentation that the Power Mac G5 would reach 3 GHz "within 12 months. " Architecture[edit] Mac Pro. The second-generation Mac Pro was announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) opening keynote on June 10, 2013.

Mac Pro

In a radical departure from first generation's rectangular tower case, the redesigned Mac Pro is shaped like a cylinder and takes up about one eighth the volume of previous models. Beyond form, the machine supports up to a 12-core Xeon CPU and four 1866 MHz DDR3 RAM modules, as well as dual GPUs and PCIe-based flash storage. Apple claims that the new Mac Pro achieves twice the performance of the last model.[4] The second generation model was released on December 19, 2013. First generation (tower)[edit] In general, the Mac Pro had been well received in the press.[7] The combination of high performance, reasonable expandability, very quiet operation and the quality of its mechanical design makes it routinely appear as the comparison system against which other systems are measured.

Processors[edit] Memory[edit] Hard drives[edit] Expansion cards[edit] Flash versions. Flash 10.1 will drop PowerPC support. PowerPC hardware Adobe has published a new version of Flash Player, updating the software to v10.0.42.34.

Flash 10.1 will drop PowerPC support

The software fixes several security vulnerabilities, including ones related to data injection and integer overflow. Others are connected to crashes, memory corruption and JPEG image parsing. Within the Windows edition, another flaw has been fixed in the Flash ActiveX control for Internet Explorer. Users can download the new Player manually, or else wait to be prompted Adobe's automatic updater. The company has meanwhile announced that after the release of Flash Player 10.1, it will be ending support for G3-based PowerPC systems, no longer providing any security updates. By MacNN Staff. Flash 9 download. To view/add comments, you must enable JavaScript in your browser. As of February 8 2011, Adobe no longer supports or provides security updates for Flash Player 9. Adobe recommends that all Flash Player users on supported systems upgrade to the most recent version. You can get the most recent version of Flash Player from the Flash Player Download Center . If your computer does not meet the system requirements for installing the latest version of Flash Player, you can continue to use Flash Player 9.

However, there are potential security risks in doing so. Disable auto-update notifications on older computers Adobe recommends that you keep auto-update notifications enabled so that you receive the latest features and security updates as they are deployed. To disable auto-update notifications and continue to use Flash Player 9, do the following: Open the Flash Player Settings Manager in a new tab, or browser window. Support policy Doc ID (kb406791) Uninstall flash.

To view/add comments, you must enable JavaScript in your browser. These instructions are for Windows (including Flash Player prerelease version 10.2). If you use a Mac, see Uninstall Flash Player | Mac . FB Flash 9 support.