Microsoft Silverlight is a cross-browser, multi-environment plug-in that delivers the next generation of Microsoft .NET–based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the web. This article describes an update for Silverlight. This update was released on September 1, 2010.
An update is available for Microsoft Silverlight. This update offers a new build that is an upgrade to earlier versions of Silverlight. This update is included in current Silverlight installers. If your computer does not have Silverlight installed, the installer will be offered to you by Microsoft Update or by Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
This update includes functional, performance, reliability, and security improvements. This update is backward-compatible with applications that were created by using earlier versions of Silverlight.
Issues that are fixed by this update
This update improves the native extensibility of media stream source that uses the Silverlight technology and the Expression Encoder.
This update enables new Add Row functionality in the Silverlight DataGrid control.
This update enables you to increase the isolated storage size through registry keys or Group Policy settings.
This update improves the startup performance of applications on a computer that enables the Silverlight technology.
This update adds the mouse wheel support for out of browser applications on a computer that is running a Mac operating system.
This update resolves a security issue. Playback of PlayReady-protected content through a remote desktop connection or a terminal session is now disabled.
Fixed various memory leaks including:
Memory leaks that occur when mouse capture is used. For example, memory leaks that occur when you use CaptureMouse() in drag-and-drop scenarios. For more information, see the following Microsoft Silverlight forums discussion.