Question about Computers & Internet
I recently downloaded the Adobe Media Player. I would like to view the catalog, but when I click on "Catalog" nothing happens. Also, in little letters next to "Catalog", it says "Offline". However, I am on the internet. I have a Windows Vista computer, so it should support the software. Is there a way to fix this problem, so I can view the Catalog? Thanks for any help!
According to the Adobe Website: "Effective June 18, 2009, Adobe Media Player software no longer contains third-party content in the default catalog. As part of Adobe's initiative to focus on and streamline business priorities, the decision was made to refocus efforts away from content aggregation."
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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