After some criticism received at Metro version grom Internet Explorer 10, initially offered with no support for Adobe Flash technology, Microsoft has taken steps to correct this problem by working directly with Adobe to integrate the necessary components into the next version of Windows 8 Release Preview.
This surprising decision comes after years in which Microsoft claimed that the future belongs HTML 5 technology. Contrary to company forecasts, a lot more video content is distributed on the Web using Adobe Flash technology, forcing Microsoft to take steps to ensure support in your web browser.
Apparently, the decision to integrate Adobe Flash plugin versions and non-Metro Metro Internet Explorer 10, Microsoft loads its own rules, the Metro announced that Internet Explorer will not provide support for plug-in components. In practice, close collaboration between Microsoft and Adobe to license the source code responsible for technology integration in the structure of Internet Explorer Flash 10, eliminating the need for a plug-in separately. According to Microsoft, this was the best way to guarantee the achievement of security standards, desired performance and compatibility for Windows 8.
No doubt, the Flash support will greatly improve the way it is perceived by the users Internet Explorer 10, eliminating doubts about compatibility with various forms of media distributed on the web.