Screenshots showing Windows 8 Adobe Flash support

Flash is going to be supported in Windows 8 in some limited form. Now we seem to have some visual confirmation of what some of that will look like. The first screenshot seems to show Adobe Flash in the Windows 8 Control Panels area. The next shows the actual configuration tab for Adobe Flash on Windows 8. [caption id="attachment_16881" align="alignnone" width="497"]Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager - Windows 8 Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager – Windows 8[/caption] We can contrast that with the Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager for Windows 7 [caption id="attachment_16883" align="alignnone" width="461"]Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager - Windows 7 Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager – Windows 7[/caption] With the exception of the Metro look and feel of the Windows, they are identical – at least as much as we can see for now. It will be interesting to learn more about exactly what Adobe and Microsoft have cooked up for Flash support in this OS. Finally, Canouna also got a snapshot of the licensing agreement between Adobe and Microsoft in the OS. [caption id="attachment_16884" align="alignnone" width="600"]Adobe Flash Licensing Adobe Flash Licensing – Windows 8[/caption] It links to the Adobe Flash Player 10.2 End User License Agreement. Pretty standard stuff.]]>

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