Adobe have officially announced, that Windows 8 will support Flash, though there are some conditions – Flash will work on all PCs and tablets, no matter if they have an x86 or ARM processor, but only in the standard interface – the one we know from Windows 7.
When using the system with the Metro interface, Flash won’t be supported – this is so the system can load faster. Windows 8 will practically come with two versions of Internet Explorer – a standard one and one with the Metro interface. The standard one will support Flash, just as it has done in all the older versions. However if you need to use Flash when using the Metro browser, there will be a button which switches to the IE10 and you can easily use it. B.A.