Flash Back? Microsoft Changes Their Flash Plug-in Policy

With Adobe prepping a new release of their Flash development tool, it may be time for the return of the Flash plug-in. That combined with Microsoft preaching about the new 'plugin-free Web' for the last couple of years, clearly they do not believe that Flash is dead yet which is why IE 10 on Windows RT was released with not only Adobe’s Flash built into the browser, but its also regularly updated along with their operating system in an to avoid the regular security problems associated with hackers turning their attention away from the better-secured Windows operating system and onto common applications like Adobe’s Flash and Acrobat. Read the full story here.



Comments

  • There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment!

Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Thanks to the pervasive use of virtualization, hybrid cloud, and software–defined architectures — enterprise IT infrastructures are impossibly complex. Performance monitoring solutions are critical for enabling IT teams to identify key bottlenecks and emergent issues, for understanding which workloads are more demanding in terms of resource contention, and for cost effective capacity and resource planning. Read this IDC Customer Spotlight for a glimpse into real–world implementations and use …

  • Over 85% of enterprises will commit to multicloud architectures by 2018. The flexibility of the cloud will allow these organizations to more fully support DevOps and gain critical business insights. In this Solution Brief, you can explore how IT leadership can utilize VMware vRealize Suite as a unified, full-function platform to manage cloud infrastructure and application provisioning, monitoring, capacity planning, analytics, and more.

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date