Flash Player 10.1 goes final: hardware acceleration, private browsing support, more
Flash Player 10.1 also includes accelerometer and multi-touch support, better streaming performance, content protection, and peer-to-peer broadcasting abilities. The new version also plays nice with your browser's private browsing mode -- handy, since many of the sites which use Flash for serving video are... er... the kind you're probably visiting in private browsing mode. That means porn sites. There, I said it.
As Engadget points out, there have been some niggling issues with the Broadcom Crystal HD decoders in some netbooks, but hopefully those have been sorted out by now.
Since it's gone RTM, it shouldn't be long before those of you running Google Chrome with the internal Flash plugin are automatically upgraded to 10.1 via Chrome's built-in updating mechanism (Chrome Dev already reports Shockwave Flash 10.1 r53 in my app data folder).
Download Flash Player 10.1 from Adobe now, and share your experience in the comments!