Preview Flash Player for IE9 Beta and 64-bit OS’s Now Available

There is now a preview of Adobe® Flash® Player, which we’re calling “Square”, available on Adobe Labs. This preview includes support for two new areas — enhanced support for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Beta and native 64-bit support for all major desktop operating systems including Linux, Mac, and Windows.

As part of our collaboration with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team, Flash Player “Square” has been enhanced to directly support the hardware-accelerated graphics capabilities in the newest version. In our internal testing, we’ve seen significant improvements in Flash Player graphics performance – exceeding 35% in Internet Explorer 9 Beta compared to Flash Player running in previous versions of IE.

Today we’re also sharing a refresh of the Linux 64-bit version of Flash Player together with the first preview of both the 64-bit Windows and Mac versions. Those who used the previous 64-bit version of Flash Player for Linux should find this new version even faster and more reliable.

These new preview versions are fully functional, so all content should be compatible, but keep in mind this a sneak peak. If you encounter any issues, we encourage you to file a bug in our public database.

Get more details about “Square” on the Flash Player Blog.

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Comments

    September 17, 2010

    Computerworkstations chennai writes:

    For our development website, we actually looking for this flash player for ie9-beta …its very nice to share.. thanks

    October 10, 2010

    edwin writes:

    tk i want to try

    October 10, 2010

    edwin writes:

    how i can dowload flash for ie9

    November 27, 2010

    Mike writes:

    Just bought a Dell Studio w/ i5 & 64 bit Windows 7 home permium. installed IE9 and Square. Embedded flash player still doesn’t work. I had to watch Windows 7 explore videos on FireFox…..I would say that should be very embarassing for you.

    December 04, 2010

    sonu writes:

    which version of adobe flash will work eith ie 9 beta.
    i downloaded square but it is not working

    December 06, 2010

    Matt Rozen writes:

    Hi -

    Flash Player “Square” is indeed the preview version of Flash Player that works with the 64-bit IE9 beta. Be sure to follow all the guideline on the Adobe Labs page to ensure the preview version is installed correctly. If you are still having issues getting it to work, check out the forums page: http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/flashplayer10/.

    Thanks,
    Matt

    December 06, 2010

    Matt Rozen writes:

    Hi Mike,

    Per my reply above, check out did you follow all the guideline on the Adobe Labs page to ensure the preview version is installed correctly? If you are still having issues getting it to work, check out the forums page: http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/flashplayer10/.

    Thanks,
    Matt

    December 28, 2010

    WickedTackleBox writes:

    well to be frank Adobe has much work to do on there flash for IE9 64bit. All my videos are in the top left corner and are covered by advertisements that should be in various locations on the screen.

    January 10, 2011

    douglas johnson writes:

    “square”>GREAT!!!,-
    however; you guys at `adobe`, know when the FULL-version will be available???.
    (for,i e>9,-i mean?).
    ta, people;-
    please let me know!,
    >at my e-mail</sooooon!!!;-O.K.
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    January 20, 2011

    Louise writes:

    I can not view the website http://www.our-gaff.com when flash player is enabled on IE9 Beta. Why is this?? So annoying! Am having to view as a “text only” website which is pretty pointless….. Am not a “techie” person, so do not know the ins & outs of 32, 64 or 256 bit programs….? I just want to be able to view websites, please?

    February 07, 2011

    naseem writes:

    i need a flash player 64

    February 11, 2011

    Colin Edmond writes:

    Why is it taking so long to release a 64bit version of Flash for IE? A 64bit version of IE has been around for almost two years. Have you got three developers working on this project part-time?

    May 19, 2011

    Qi Lin writes:

    http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/flashplayer10/.

    can’t access link.

    can’t view flash players properly in all websites.
    flash player box flickers in top left hand corner and play controls buttons cannot be accessed (buttons disappear when i try to mouse over)

    Please help.

    May 21, 2011

    TWhite writes:

    Any website that has advertisement with flash does not display properly. None of the games I play that use flash will display properly. The flash player box flickers constantly in the upper top left-hand corner of the screen. You cannot click on anything. I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling Flash but it hasn’t helped. I’m running Windows 7 – 64bit. Flash works fine on Windows 7 32-bit or Windows XP.

    May 23, 2011

    Pooja Prasad writes:

    Hello,

    Here’s the correct link to the Flash Player forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/webplayers/flash_player.

    Please ask your question there and one of our employees can help!

    Thanks,
    Pooja

    May 23, 2011

    Pooja Prasad writes:

    Hi,

    Here are a few resources that might help address your questions:

    Flash Player forum: http://forums.adobe.com/community/webplayers/flash_player.

    Flash Player Help and Support site: http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/.

    Flash Player 10.3 release notes: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/901/cpsid_90194.html.

    Hope that helps,
    Pooja

    May 27, 2011

    JDGroves writes:

    Flash Player update for upper left conrner issue. When will it be released? This is getting really old.

    May 27, 2011

    Matt Rozen writes:

    Hi,
    Check out the Flash Player team blog. They discuss the issue and how to manage it:
    http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/2011/05/update-on-flash-player-10-3-and-ie9-issues.html

    Thanks,
    Matt

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