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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by benlee, Feb 3, 2010.
over 78% for an amazon page.
It makes my fans kick in like a fighter jet.
Cause that is Flash... that's how it rolls
Woof, Woof - Dawg
Flash is highly CPU intensive as Adobe has not made a proper Mac OS X port as Apple does not allow some of the necessary access of Flash to critical system files.
Use Click2Flash to disable all Flash content, but with one click you can enable it again if you want.
I second "ClicktoFlash" after reading a post for the news where Steve said something along in the lines as flash is dead.
Once I installed it, I noticed less "hangups", spinning beachballs, and blowing fans on my Macbook Pro and my "hackintosh" netbook.
THANK YOU. I can really count in you guys! I really hate the cpu
sponge that is Flash. Installing now.
Under Snow Leopard and Safari 4.0.4 using flash you need to run safari in 32bit mode to have flash work as close as it should.
Thanks for all the help.
If any of you also watch YouTube you can use the HTML 5 Beta to watch the videos without Flash: http://www.youtube.com/html5.
It's the same with Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/blog:268 .