Microsoft Enables Flash Content To Run By Default In Internet Explorer 10 In Windows 8/RT

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Microsoft today announced that they are enabling Adobe Flash content to run by default in Internet Explorer both in Windows 8 and Windows RT devices. Microsoft believes that the vast majority of sites with Flash content are now compatible with the Windows experience for touch, performance, and battery life. Also the existing Compatibility View (CV) list now takes the opposite role, it now blocks Flash content in the small number of sites that are still incompatible with the Windows experience.

Windows 8 Windows RT
Immersive IE Enabled unless on CV list Enabled unless on CV list
Desktop IE Enabled for all sites Enabled unless on CV list

Source: Microsoft

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  • n6600

    Add Silverlight to RT, too and I am happy :)

  • kevgallacher

    excellent i might actually use the RT browser now. Now they have to release an update to enable Start menu

    • http://www.facebook.com/lundberg.christoffer Christoffer DrPepper Lundberg

      No need for a start menu bro :P

      • NegLewis

        Start Menu Key should “split” the screen in 2 and add in the small left split screen the new Metro Tiles List.

      • NegLewis

        Start Menu Key should “split” the screen in 2 and add in the small left split screen the new Metro Tiles List.

    • http://www.facebook.com/raif.copeland Raif Copeland

      Let go of the past. Explore the future. Do not be afraid.

  • http://www.facebook.com/maciej.jachnowicz Maciej Jachnowicz

    Now add it to Phones. ;)

  • Django

    Hmmm, what about Xbox IE ?

  • joe

    when does this happen or has it already