If you ever wanted to run flash in fullscreen on a dual-monitor, you probably noticed that the flash video would minimize as soon as you would do something on the other screen or it wouldn’t work at all. To fix this, you can use a neat handy app to make flash work on a dual-monitor.
Did you know that you can test augmented reality yourself using some fancy flash applications? Let’s see how it’s done. Augmented reality refers to the combination of real world elements with virtual elements/data. AR will be *the* hottest technology of 2010! It will be everywhere around you.
Ok, I’m experiencing some really odd high CPU load whenever I watch flash videos. You too? Let’s do some trouble-shooting and find out how to fix Flash and reduce the high CPU load to a minimum. The latest flash player 10.1 supports hardware GPU acceleration, maybe that’s going to help us.
Looking for a SWF player for your flash movies, but they all don’t seem to work on Windows 7? Here are two free SWF players with support for Windows 7.
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!