Problems with flash

Laco

macrumors 6502
Apr 23, 2008
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My computer gets warmer when playing flash. That's not an issue for me.
 

marc55

macrumors 6502a
Oct 14, 2011
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OK guys, I'm looking to purchase our first MacBook, and what dos this issue really mean for my wife and I who are switching from a Windows PC.

My main concern is I don't want any issues for my wife.

Thank you.
 

Laco

macrumors 6502
Apr 23, 2008
375
1
Well that totally sucks
Having a warmer computer is not biggest problem in the world. If it really bothers you either try to avoid flash or use a cooling pad. It really isn't such a problem.
 

jkcerda

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Original poster
Jun 10, 2013
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Criminal Mexi Midget
OK guys, I'm looking to purchase our first MacBook, and what dos this issue really mean for my wife and I who are switching from a Windows PC.

My main concern is I don't want any issues for my wife.

Thank you.
Having a warmer computer is not biggest problem in the world. If it really bothers you either try to avoid flash or use a cooling pad. It really isn't such a problem.
BEEN playing with one a the apple store in the victoria gardens , not noticing any heat issues, using the stock safari browser

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been playing at http://www.flashgames247.com with no issues so far
:D
 

jkcerda

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using

Processor 2 GHz Intel Core i7

Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

Graphics Intel Iris Pro 1024 MB

Serial Number C02LK634####

Software OS X 10.9.1 (13B3116)

played for a bit in the above mentioned site, not warming up at all
 

simon48

macrumors 65816
Sep 1, 2010
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You can use Flash just fine on a Mac. It's just a horribly antiquated and badly coded piece of software (especially on OS X).
 
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