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any alternative to Adobeflash?


Chrisman

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Dear cjmnews, thanks for the reply if a bit cryptic. I dont know what HTML5 is, but I guess Im stuck with Adobe, as are you and a few others. YOu also reference backing up iTunes soon. Do you mean making a copy of the whole thing? Thanks for your help Chrisman
 

cjmnews

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Most sites that use Adobe Flash are migrating to using HTML5. This is why we can see all YouTube content on iPhones and iPads, because of this migration.

The backup reference is my signature. I suggest that you backup your content that is in iTunes. This can be typically handled by backing up the iTunes folder and all subdirectories. No need to do the Program Files (x86)\iTunes folder you'll get a new version of that folder when iTunes is installed.
 

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