Flash player does not work in Windows 8 tiles

Flash player does not work in Windows 8 start metro tile applications. Flash player also does not work in Windows 8 start tile internet explorer 10 1n windows 8. Flash player does work in Windows 8 desktop internet Explorer 10. I tried all of the recommended fixes suggested by adobe Flash Player Issues/windows 8 page. I have reinstalled Windows 8 operating system.  What should I try next?

This is a known issue with Flash Pro CC - GM build.
this crash has been fixed in the update that was released recently. Please update to 13.0.1.808 version and it should fix this.
Please reply if it still persists after the update.
-Sujai

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