That’s what we think, anyway. Adobe’s latest beta of Flash is version 10.2 available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. A new change is the Stage Video API, which is purportedly designed to reduce processor load by a drastic amount when playing videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and Brightcove, but the sites have to enable it for their systems — the aforementioned already have. Once that’s over with, Adobe says (purportedly, I’m really skeptical with them) that a full 1080p HD video would take up only 15% of full CPU power — seems cool if it’s true. There’s also some better pixel rendering, IE9 hardware acceleration, and some multi-display rig magic that makes it easier to have Flash running on many screens, or something of that sort. Beta download at the source link.