Microsoft lifts the Adobe Flash restrictions in Windows 8/RT, no word on Silverlight

Microsoft lifts the Adobe Flash restrictions in Windows 8/RT, no word on Silverlight
Microsoft was afraid that the workload posed by Adobe's Flash will hinder the performance of the UI formerly known as the Metro interface in Windows 8/RT, that's why it loaded its IE10 browser with modern web techniques, but put the kibosh on Flash, and you had to manually add site exclusions.

Flash is not going anywhere any time soon, though, so Microsoft seems to be listening to its customers, and outed a blog post where it details that all the restrictions on Adobe Flash usage are now lifted, save for a very few sites that it deems incompatible with the new interface experience:


source: Microsoft

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