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Adobe Air Converts Your Favorite Web Applications Into Desktop Applications

The Adobe® AIR™ runtime enables you to have your favorite web applications within your desktop without any browser limits.The applications made for Adobe Air can run on a desktop computer without a browser and provides all the convenience of a desktop application.Adobe Air Logo Moreover these applications can access a desktop file system, clipboard, drag and drop events, system tray/notifications, and more.

How to Use Adobe Air

Just download the application that has been built to run on Adobe AIR and complete the installation and you’re set.To install it manually go here.

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Supported Platforms


Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4;Windows XP SP2;Windows Vista;Mac OS X v10.4.910 or 10.5.1 (PowerPC); Mac OS X v10.4.9 or later, 10.5.1 (Intel)

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  • James March 29, 2008, 8:49 pm

    Where can i find all the adobe air applications…….

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