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I have used .net's webbrowser control. Unfortunately, it
is not supporting HTML5 or Complete JavaScript. When
I googled, many said that the control depends on IE
version installed in the machine. I have installed IE10.
Though it supports HTML5 (Even I checked the same
webpage in IE10 and it worked), the webbrowser
control in my application doesn't. In some forums, they
recommended to tweak the registry. How can I do it in
every Clients machine? Is there anything that can I do?

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Last Post by iamthwee
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Horrible idea, if it depends on having internet explorer installed I would immediately close and click away, the front end should work on any modern browser on any operating system. You need to rethink this.

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One workaround that doesn't require registry hacks is to embed the browser itself in a container control, like tab control.

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