Windows RT flash player tool lets you easily white-list websites

If you use a Microsoft Surface or any other Windows RT product, there is a little known feature, if you want to call it that, which allows authorized web pages to display Flash content in the Metro modern browser.

While not every user may know about this or care about the white-list, some users may wish to be able to add other sites to this list so that they can view the flash content in the modern browser.

While updating the list was never difficult to begin with for experienced users, a Neowin forum user, DroidKid, has put together a small application that makes adding sites to the white-list a simple process.

As you can see in the image above, the process is quite simple. By following the on-screen commands, you can easily add a new site to the white-list in about 2 minutes, according to the author.

Two users along with the author have confirmed that the tool is working; let us know in the comments below if you have any issues or spot any bugs.

Download: Windows RT Flash Player Tool

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