In the world of computers, Adobe is a known name especially because of its gamut of products starting right from the Adobe Acrobat Reader and Flash video formats to the latest development studio and the Adobe Media Player. It comes to us as no surprise that half the number of computer users across the world do not really know about the Adobe Media Player.
Subject to a string of errors and failed marketing, Adobe was forced to close down the process.
Maybe because Adobe did not allocate a good enough server for its Media Player or maybe because it failed most of the time, users were not able to login more than half the time. Further, if you were to upgrade your Adobe Media Player to a newer version, chances are that the application would repeatedly crash every time you tried to run it.
The stability of the newer versions could not be relied upon and this came as a big shock to its users, eventually forcing people to resort to regular media players and other online video services.
Even though Adobe reported the Media Player to be able to run more than 20 different video formats, you would occasionally receive this message saying that a particular file cannot be played back. This impelled people to push back the Adobe Media Player as an inefficient secondary player. “Playback failed” and “This media format is not supported by Adobe Media Player” are constant bad episodes for users when it comes to this application.
Another new and creative problem that you could have experienced is that you will be able to log in to the network with older versions of this application but once you update your version to Adobe Media Player 1.7 or 1.8, you will most definitely receive this error window saying “Login failed” or “The system cannot log you in at the moment”.
Moreover, Adobe Media Player has been said to be associated with 30 vulnerabilities. Maybe this is the reason why users found that their computer was pretty slow after installing a 5 MB software application.