Petition: Windows 7 x64 Flash Plugin!

Windows 7 x64 is becoming very popular. More and more people want to unleash the power of their quadcore-64-bit-CPU’s and use the chance to upgrade to Windows 7 x64. 64-bit is working flawlessly, thanks to the great support of all major hardware/software companies like NVidia. Unfortunately, there’s always a black sheep. This time it is Adobe, they simply won’t release a Windows 7 x64 flash plugin!

Windows 7 x64 Flash Plugin

Flash Player 10

Adobe recently released the flash player 10 in October. The list of new features is long:

  • 3D effects
  • Custom filters and effects
  • World-class typhografic control
  • Dynamic sound generation

Download Flash Player 10

No Support For 64-bit Windows but for Linux!

But where is the support for Windows 7 x64?

Without a flash x64 plugin for Windows 7 we will not be able to run a 64-bit browser and visit a flash website.
Of course, we also can’t visit any video site without a working Java 64-bit plugin like YouTube, making a downgrade to a x32 browser necessary in the end. Luckily, there are already both editions of the Internet Explorer pre-installed in Windows 7, but if you are using Firefox like me, you will have to stick with the slower 32-bit fox.

Sign Petition: Flash Plugin for Windows x64

As much as I love Adobe (heck, I probably wouldn’t even write this here, if there was no Adobe), this is ridiculous and highly unprofessional of Adobe. That’s why I decided that it’s time for a petition. A petition with just one goal: A beta release of a flash plugin for a 64-bit Windows (yes, they have one for linux!) in January, 2010.

All Linux users can download the flash plugin for Linux x64 here.

All Windows users, please sign this petition!!

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Published: Saturday, December 19th, 2009 Last Modified: December 19, 2009