With Windows 8 in the hands of customers and developers, we listened to feedback around the experience of Web sites with Flash.

For developers building sites with Flash content, this document posted on MSDN goes into more technical detail about the criteria used to place sites on the Flash CV block list, as well as steps that developers can take to test their content in immersive IE and submit their sites to be removed from the block list.

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When we released Windows 8 and Windows RT we used the IE Compatibility View (CV) list to enable sites to run Flash content compatible with the Windows 8 experience, including touch responsiveness, performance, and battery life.

In Windows 8, IE on the desktop runs all Flash content, like it does on Windows 7.

For example, if you know that your application works only with version 1.x of a package but not 2.0 and above, perhaps due to a major change in the package API, then you'd want to constrain upgrades to 1.x versions.

This prevents accidental updates that would break the application.

To set a constraint, open In all cases, use the notation described in Package versioning.

Being mindful of the Considerations described below, you can easily reinstall any package using the Update-Package command in the Visual Studio Package Manager Console (Tools can, if desired, limit update versions as described below in Constraining upgrade versions.

Microsoft has discontinued support for Internet Explorer ending with Internet Explorer 11 and cannot be upgraded past version 11.

Internet Explorer 11 is only available for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and is included in Windows 10 even though the Microsoft Edge browser is the default browser in Windows 10.

For full details on the command, see the Update-Package reference.