Says it runs Flash content in Windows 8 better than IE10
Just when you thought Adobe Flash was close to dying out
on the web, none other than Google has stepped in to give the much-maligned rich media plugin a new coat of polish.
The latest stable version of the online ad-slinger's Chrome browser for Windows includes a redesigned version of the Flash plugin that Google reps say will not only make Flash content more stable and secure, but will allow Chrome to offer the best Flash user experience when browsing in whatever we're calling
Windows 8's Metro mode now.