"The move is regarded as a major stepping stone in the history
of Adobe. The company had begun research in a 64 Bit variant of the
Flash player since 2008 and they hoped to develop a working
prototype for all major desktop and computing platforms. Company
had to render importance to other areas like developing and
improving flash performance in Mobile platforms and also planned
improvisations in Mobile technologies. This diversion in company's
interests resulted in the 64 Bit ideology to head towards
"Around a year ago Adobe decided to drop the 64 Bit Flash
plug-in developed on an experimental basis. Many people who were
hoping to see a 64 Bit upgrade was disappointed by the move and the
current release of Flash 11 will surely win back their hearts."
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