Silverlight is on around 60% of all PCs around the world and it does much more than just playing videos. Silverlight runs on Macs, Linux, PCs, and will soon be seen on Windows Phone, Symbian, and MeeGo. It is attracting clients right from eCommerce sites like eBay to social networking sites and applications.
So what does Silverlight 4 hold for you? Well, one of the exciting features you can look forward to is multi-touch and HD video on Silverlight 4. Should you be playing a game or watching HD video and you wish to have other apps or webpages pinned up to the monitor, you can do so without your Silverlight app jumping back to normal size when something happens on the other screen. Seesmic Desktop app is now going to move to Silverlight – so that means Mac can run it too!
Get more details on Silverlight 4 here.
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