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Mozilla’s serving up a beta of Firefox Lorentz, a version of the browser that runs Flash, Quicktime and Silverlight videos as a separate processes. If plugin-caused crashes and stuttering YouTubes have you red in the face, Lorentz offers sweet relief.
Download links are live for the latest version of Microsoft’s softly maligned not-Flash plugin, and they come bearing gifts. Ars breaks the new features down:
In today’s entry of “WTF Really?”, we have a Netflix spokesperson saying that they have to lay off 50 of their “technical specialists” because Silverlight, Microsoft’s Flash-esque video player tech, is so damn easy to use.