Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 will include a bundled, integrated version of Adobe Flash, and the Metro-style browser will support the use of Flash on a limited number of sites. This news and corroborating screenshots comes from Within Windows and winunleaked.tk.
In Windows 8, Microsoft’s browser will come in two guises. There will be the traditional desktop browser, with its full support of plug-ins and extensions, and there will be the new Metro-style browser that will be plug-in free. But that’s not quite the whole story. The browser will include an integrated and embedded version of Adobe Flash, and because this will be built-in, it won’t be treated as a plug-in.
The result? Even the Metro-style browser will be able to use Flash.
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Windows 8 will integrate, include Adobe Flash