Flash has meant computer bloat for years. Adobe software uses a whole lot of resources too. That's why so many of us have ditched Adobe's PDF Reader and gone with alternatives like 'Cute PDF' or 'Foxit Reader' instead.
If another application materializes that does what flash does and uses up less of my system's resources, they'll be out on their butts.
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The one thing that really makes me laugh about all of this is that this argument is between Apple and Adobe. To tell ya the truth I really find it quite feasible that without adobe Apple would not even exist anymore either way. The reason I say this is I remember for a very long time one of the primary reasons to buy an Apple is because Photoshop (which is adobe's premier product) ran much better on an Apple. I remember it was one of the major reason for buying an Apple back in the day. There was also a lot of music professionals who used Apple systems and still do, but back then if you had anything to do with photography or any kind of art work where you'd use a computer at any step Apple was almost key, It would seem to me they could work this argument out.I also think it would be really good if Adobe would make there software less resource intensive, but I think computers to a large part besides Apple can still work fine because there resources in general are pretty wide strength wise. The issues on Apple have also proven to be one of there major weaknesses. I am sure many of you have heard about the hacking of iPhones, which is actually done through Acrobat reader.
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