Adobe Flash Player 11.9.900.170 Final

Adobe Flash Player is the high performance, lightweight, highly expressive client runtime that delivers powerful and consistent user experiences across major operating systems, browsers, mobile phones and devices.

Installed on over 750 million Internet-connected desktops and mobile devices, Flash Player enables organizations and individuals to build and deliver great digital experiences to their end users.

  • Immersive experiences with Flash video, content and applications with full-screen mode.
  • Low-bandwidth, high-quality video with advanced compression technology.
  • High-fidelity text using the advanced text rendering engine.
  • Real-time dynamic effects with filters for Blur, DropShadow, Glow, Bevel, Gradient Glow, Gradient Bevel, Displacement Map, Convolution, and Color Matrix.
  • Innovative media compositions with 8-bit video alpha channels.
  • Blend modes, radial gradient, and stroke enhancements.
  • Additional image formats: GIF, Progressive JPEG, and PNG.

Download for Firefox, Safari, Opera: Adobe Flash Player 11.9.900.170 | 17.0 MB (Freeware)
Download for Internet Explorer: Adobe Flash Player 11.9.900.170 | 16.4 MB
Download: Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller | 820 KB
View: Adobe Flash Player Website | Release Notes (Not yet available)

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One day Adobe will fix the awful judder that happens in flash videos when the shot pans left / right or up / down.

Either that, or another, better player will come and make Flash obsolete.

But for the love of God, someone get rid of judder!

I'd prefer them fixing the horrible freezing if opening more than a single flash tab at a time, or if leaving a flash video playing overnight (to which it auto pauses after about 40 minutes of the system being idle) and basically freezing your browser if you attempt to do anything about it.

The only workaround I've found is not using hardware acceleration, which results in garbage scaling and a lot of CPU usage if viewing more than a few videos; even worse if going to 1440p and beyond.