Adobe has made the Flash Player 10.2 beta available to the public, offering some new features that mainly focuses on improved video playback performance. A new model for video playback is used, dubbed Stage Video, promising a significant decrease in processor and memory usage. It’s also said to enable higher frame rates and greater pixel fidelity. Flash Player 10.2 beta also offers hardware accelerated graphics in Internet Explorer 9 while also allowing developers to define custom native mouse cursors. Support for full-screen mode with multiple monitors has also been improved on, which is good news for folks who run multiple monitors at one go. The Flash Player 10.2 beta is already available for Mac, Windows and Linux machines.