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Its all good :-) I went into Control Panel.... Device Manager.... under Mice and Other Pointing Devices..... Synaptics.... Right-click and UPDATE DRIVER SOFTWARE....
Restart and it worked like a charm :-)"
From the page: "We understand your frustration, but it's surprising that you're running into this. When optimizing Flash Player for mobile devices, we made huge investments in optimizations to reduce general CPU usage, with an eye towards conserving battery life on mobile devices. While it's not inconceivable that you can peg the CPU on a desktop machine, it's going to be a problem that's more nuanced than a generalized defect and most likely involves complexities around your particular hardware and software combination, and the content you're viewing.
Flash Player, like any other application under Windows, has the ability to use available CPU cycles on the system. It does not possess magical powers that allow us to circumvent your system's thermal management. Your computer contains thermal sensors and fans that should cool your system as appropriate, and none of that overlaps with what we do. If you are finding that your system is overheating, you have a physical cooling problem that need to be addressed. Even if your CPU is pegged at 100%, it should not be overheating.
I'd recommend starting by removing any latent dust bunnies from your system with a can of compressed air, and then check out any thermal management settings on your system's BIOS. Most quality motherboards will give you temperature readouts for various critical components on the motherboard, and information about the performance of the attached fans.
There's a good thread here about thermal management, including techniques for stress-testing and validating your computer's cooling systems:
That said, under normal circumstances, we really try to not peg the CPU, and we'd like to investigate further. We do test Windows 8 fairly extensively, (and we're working very closely with Microsoft's Win8 and IE10 teams, who are extremely experience-focused and also testing heavily), and we do not see this in lab conditions. The Win8 machine on my desk is definitely not displaying this problem. The best way for me to identify, debug and resolve any potential issue is to reproduce it here.
To do that, we're going to need some details about your system.
1.) What anti-virus and malware products to you have on your system. Please be specific, and include versions.
2.) Please provide the output of the DirectX Diagnostic Utility: (Click start > type "dxdiag" [enter]) -- Choose the Save option, and include the output of the file.
3.) Firefox provides the best debug output, so let's start there.
In Firefox, type about:support in the address bar, and copy the contents there
Type about:plugins and do the same
Type about:crashes, and see if you have any logged.
If so, if the name starts with "bp", then copy the link and included
If not, click the link to submit it, then copy the resulting URL.
Also, please keep in mind that each tab launches its own process and that their resource consumption is cummulative. If you can identify a few, specific URLs that are generating the spike in CPU usage in a single tab (and it would be good to validate this using the resource monitor instead of relying in the fans -- the thermal issue may be related to your GPU, and it would be good to differentiate), that would be very helpful. If you're seeing the CPU spike in a game with a ton of objects that are all animating simultanteously (some of the older, more popular Facebook games fall into this class), those do tend to be CPU intensive. Newer Flash features, like Stage3D are designed to offload this work to the GPU, which is purpose-built and handles these tasks much more efficiently, with less thermal load."
If you're running into difficulties displaying Flash video, one of the first troubleshooting steps is to disable hardware acceleration in Flash Player. OVERHEAT
"Flash Player". Ábrelo. En la ficha Almacenamiento asegúrese de que la opción de "Bloquear todos los sitios de almacenamiento de la información en este equipo" está seleccionado. Además, en la pestaña Avanzado asegúrese de que la opción "Permitir Adobe para instalar actualizaciones" está seleccionado.
If you are using the NoScript add-on then the StumbleUpon toolbar can configure NoScript for you. Just click on the button below to make the necessary configuration changes to NoScript.
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In Vista, type "mrt" into the search box (yes, it's "mrt" not "msrt"). It seems to do a lot of processing before displaying the initial window, expect a delay of 5 to 10 seconds. A portion of the initial window is shown below.
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A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?
From the page: "This problem is 'cause Vista sucks. The solution is easy. go to C:WINDOWSsystem32 and find CMD, right and run as administrator.
The ipconfig /renew is used to renew your IP adress, but before you can do this, you need release your actually IP, for do this, you can use the ipconfig /release, after you write this command on CMD you can use the ipconfig /renew."
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