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      01-22-2012, 11:42 PM   #1
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New MBA HD streaming video laggy

A need a little help from you apple nerds. I am more of a windows nerd so I am not proficient in trouble shooting osx yet. But anyhow I just picked up a 2011 MBA upgrading from my 2010 model. Well for some reason this one is laggy on HD stream youtube videos that the 2010 model did not lag at all. Makes zero sense to me. I uninstalled flash and reinstalled still no better. This is a brand new MBA, any ideas?
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I've been having flash acting up the past several days. Using chrome.
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Shoulda waited 2 months and picked up a 2012 model
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which OS are you using, I suspect Lion is not favorable to Flash content. Lion is does things differently than previous OS so that could be the issue. It just another death nail in Flash that is for sure, HTML 5 is the way to go now.
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They where both running lion. For some reason my late 2010 was better at playing streaming hd it was butter smooth and this one is at times choppy, which makes zero sense at all.
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Did you buy the bottom of the line model or top of the line model?
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which OS are you using, I suspect Lion is not favorable to Flash content. Lion is does things differently than previous OS so that could be the issue. It just another death nail in Flash that is for sure, HTML 5 is the way to go now.
this could very well be it, though my flash was fine when I first upgraded. I've noticed real issues this past ~week. Maybe a chrome/flash update.
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Try ClickToFlash Safari extension, or enable html5 on www.youtube.com/html5.

And this 2011 13" Core i5 Macbook Air Lag in Lion

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