A few weeks back, we talked about a new tool for Windows RT that would allow you to easily white-list websites so that you can see Flash content in the Modern browser.
The author of the application, DroidKid, has let us know that he has updated the tool and fixed a few of the bugs that you all had been reporting. The bug that was squashed in this update was the one that would delete your saved passwords and active logins when adding a site to the white-list.
In addition to the bug squashing, he added the ability to back-up your white-list too.
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, this small application makes adding sites to the white-list a simple process and will streamline the process for many users.
Download: Windows RT White-List Flash Player Tool