Just got this in the mail from a friend:http://blog.rabidgremlin.com/2012/10/11/did-microsoft-just-kill-flash-ie10-wont-run-flash-unless-your-site-is-on-a-microsoft-whitelist/
I can totally understand their reasons for taking that approach (mobile), but how do you think the default Windows UI will impact the web? (read the article to understand)
You can’t kill someone twice.
yea like beating a dead horse… time to let go
It doesn’t surprise me, sites need to convert to HTML5 and stop using flash but that’s just my opinion.
Redmond, start your photocopiers. I guess it’s hip to take a bash at Flash Quite an odd decision for desktop devices, though..
It doesnt say that desktop version wont support flash.Please see the below point
Both ship with a built in version of Flash BUT the Windows UI version won’t run Flash unless your site is on a whitelist. The Desktop version will run Flash as normal.
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