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Now I switched back to Ubuntu, because there were some things about Debian which I do not like.
I use the same version of Flash Player as I did in Debian, the version 10.0.15.3.
The problem is now that some sites which make use of Flash, not working properly. For example www.jango.com. There is the player up to 10 min. to respond when I try to play a song.
Normal pages loaded quickly and without problems, other sites with Flash also works, so what is the problem caused?
- At my school, I also use www.jango.com and using the Windows version of Flash 9, there it works without problems.
I had Ubuntu 8.10 with the same flash version before I tried to use Debian, and it worked fine.
The icons in the GNOME panel, icon for Evolution, which Ubuntu has a nicer one.
Moreover, I could not figure out the Debian way to manage CPU frequency on. Ubuntu used the Powernowd daemon, which is less complicated.
Menus in main menu was placed in a completely different place, which I was not quite accustomed to. I could not figure out to put them somewhere else by using the Edit Menu