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Posted by on May 24, 2012 in Hardware News |

Adobe Flash will be integrated into Windows 8 from factory

Adobe Flash will be integrated into Windows 8 from factory

IE10 Metro with enabled.

People like no other, the plugin to play multimedia content to is now available on only through a direct download via the web browser, which has been for years. However, this will change with the upcoming operating system Windows 8, which as reported from Microsoft , you have Flash Player installed from factory.

But besides the official confirmation, some leaked screenshots show Windows version 8 Release Preview (8400) with the integrated software in its bowels, by providing a window to set its own operating system to set Flash Player. And there is a very close collaboration between and Adobe, so much so that the latter gave Flash source code in an unprecedented move (such as everything you just read).

This opens the possibility to support Flash in the user interface of Windows 8 Metro, specifically Internet Explorer 10 in this context, although it is said that IE10 for Metro not support third party plugins , so Adobe will exception. In addition, integrating Flash in this way Microsoft has more control to assure users that the platform continues compatible, runs well, fast and safely.

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Link: Adobe Flash is Being bundled with Windows 8 Release Preview (Neowin)

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