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Adobe Flash is the exception to Microsoft's 'no plugins' rule for Metro Windows 8

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Last week, while showing off their upcoming Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft dropped a bombshell, explaining that HTML5 "Metro-style apps" for Windows 8 would be "plug-in free." Rather than using plug-ins like Silverlight to render content on web pages, it will rely on HTML5, said Microsoft. This is similar to the approach taken by Apple for Mobile Safari on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. ...

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#1
Adobe Air?????????????? WTF?

I don't use that and uninstall on every single computer I touch. Never necessitated so like most Adobe products, it's crappy, bulky and useless.

Phoooey!
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#2
Originally posted by hearme0:
Adobe Air?????????????? WTF?

I don't use that and uninstall on every single computer I touch. Never necessitated so like most Adobe products, it's crappy, bulky and useless.

Phoooey!
Bulky? Crappy? Useless? Sounds like Internet Exploiter.


#3
Originally posted by KillerBug:

Bulky? Crappy? Useless? Sounds like Internet Exploiter.

I am not familiar with that application. Is that some new piece of Malware? Sounds like it and of course Malware is Bulky, Crappy and Useless.

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#4
Very smart exception
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