Windows 8 to come โ€œIntegratedโ€ with Adobe Flash

Windows 8 will now be bundled with a new integrated version of Adobe Flash. In addition, the Metro-style browser will offer support for Flash on a limited number of sites. This of course is astounding since only two years ago, Microsoft had declared that the future of video on the web would be powered by Flash Killer, HTML 5. Perhaps this means, it will be a slow death. Read more about this article here.



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