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The Metro UI version of Internet Explorer 10 will no longer support Flash or Silverlight content.
The desktop version will continue to support it but the interface for the future Windows ARM tablets will have no Flash support in the browser whatsoever.
Someone call Boz
strangely I'll call bullshit
wow, you read that far in the article eheheh
"It should be noted that Flash and Silverlight will continue to run just fine using Internet Explorer in “desktop” mode. Likewise users can elect to switch to one of the other browsers such as Firefox, Safari, or Chrome. But again, those run in desktop mode."
Seems odd the MS would crap on their own plugin; Silverlight.
they declared silverlight EOL earlier this year... I think netflix is the only one who uses it in a big way, and they have also said they're working to phase it out.
Am I missing something? Why is there this movement to boycott Flash?
Still there has yet to sites that compare in functionality, reliability and consistency. I've seen some 'good' sites, but they lack the details (like 75% is smooth, then there are holes in the presentation).
Someone point me to the reasoning or examples if I missed something.
good job no-one uses explorer then innit!!!