Flash Will Flourish Despite Windows 8
If you look back, Flash has risen to a great success. It has been able to provide the real platform where programmers found a way to bridge browser and Operating System incompatibilities. This is the fact that universally Adobe Flash is installed on all computers. With Windows 8 coming, is flash going to lose its fame or it will flourish?
Arrival of new internet explorer 10: Recently Microsoft has declared that browser plug INS best days are behind them. Adobe is working hard to disprove them with this notion. One of the most widely used browsers Plug in; Flash would be now barred from any new ‘Metro’ version of the internet. What is Metro? Metro is the new version of internet explorer 10 and it will be shipped with Windows 8. In response to all such news reports, Adobe still cleared that the flash would be working on the more traditional ‘desktop’ interface. To stay more relevant the company has much more interesting plans.
Adobe holds its own importance: If news sources are to be believed, the general manager of Adobe’s platform also cleared out that the differences would remain if you see what is done in HTML versus what is done by Adobe. These differences can never be cleared out. Windows desktop is surely going to be very important part of Windows and this also clears that Flash would also be the most important part of the web experiences that are about to come. There is no question that Windows 8 will hamper the work of Adobe Flash. Despite of everything, it will have its own importance.
Technical details: The windows 8 would be able to run IE 10 on desktop mode. When any Metro IE10 browser experiences flash, it will switch over to desktop IE10 and proceed. Adobe is already working on its flash version for Windows 8, which is further running on ARM processors.
Adobe Flash is going to be a very important factor. But will it flourish despite any Windows 8 coming up with IE10? Time will certainly prove the fact.