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The Internet Explorer 10 was first unveiled for the Windows 8 and the Windows RT by Microsoft, according to a ZDNet.com report. This will allow Microsoft to forego using third-party web browser plug-ins. A plug-in will not be necessary for the Modern version of the Internet Explorer 10 of the Windows 8 to run Flash-based sites. The same thing is also noted on the Modern and Desktop versions of the Windows RT browser.

However, compatibility with Windows 8 Flash Support and the Windows RT IE10 is necessary for domains hosting Flash-based sites to allow them to be properly loaded into the browser. No problems were noted on the desktop version of the browser for the Windows 8.

There are more than 4,300 domains on the Compatibility View List of Microsoft for Flash viewing using the browser, ZDNet.com revealed. Around 1,000 domains have been added to the list each month. The list can be found on the website of Microsoft.

Owners of websites or designers with Flash-based domains may submit their websites to Microsoft if they want them to be added to the list. However, web surfers can also email the owner of the website to submit the site to Microsoft in order for it to be included on the Compatibility View List of it will not run on the Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 or Windows RT.

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