Internet Explorer9 VS Adobe Flash Player “Square”

Beta version of IE9 of 64-bit (x64) has recently been introduced publicly and after the release of IE9, it is tremendously getting popularity among the web users. The x64 edition of IE8 could not grab much attention in its operatioan as it is lacking a support in plug-ins and add-ons and compatibility issues although it was already containing a 64-bit version with regards to programs of 32-bit with Adobe Flash Player which need compatibility layer to work.

Adobe has recently released a trial version of Adobe Flash Player named “Square” with the combination of functional release of IE9 with native support for all major web browser of 64-bit desktop OS as Windows, Mac and Linux.

As per the information available in the , Flash Player “Square” has been improved and enhanced version of Internet Explorer to support directly and for faster delivery of hardware-accelerated graphics and is actively user friendly. Flash Player version of 64-bit is available for MAC operating system X platform and Windows and is compatible to all of its contents.

However, it is notable that the trial version of Adobe Flash Player “Square” is to enhance IE9 support and highlight 64-bit in Flash Player. There is no specific release of “beta version” of Flash Player. Users need to install the updated version of the Flash Player manually for keeping the “Square” branch up to date from the download page of Adobe Labs of “Square” as they will not get any notification for updates for final versions of Flash Player in future. Moreover, in future, if users want to install the finally updated Flash Player version, then in order to do so, they need to uninstall Flash Player “Square” manually.

In the middle of the 2011, Flash Player will be getting formed into a legal corporation of these IE9 and 64-bit hardware yielding support to stick to the released official version of Flash Player.