Microsoft assimilates Flash in Metro's IE10

Sidesteps 'no plug-in' promise by integrating Flash Player in Metro IE10 on Windows 8, Windows RT

By , Computerworld |  Windows, Adobe Flash, IE10

"We place sites with Flash content on the CV list if doing so delivers the best user experience in Metro style IE with those sites," said Hachamovitch, who promised that information on how site developers could petition for inclusion on the list would be released at some later date.

IE10 with Flash is available only in Windows 8 Release Preview, which Microsoft launched last Thursday.

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