Sharepoint 2016 rss viewer web part not updating
It's better to force the latest IE version for all content than forget the fact you need custom headers for other non-application content you might display (update notices, registration forms, notifications etc.) These days most machines will be running either IE 10 or 11, so there's much less of a problem with differening browser behavior than there used to be. Very useful and timely for me :) One question I had that I thought you might be able to help with was whether application configuration is done only name.
So, if there are multiple apps with the same name on the machine, all of em are forced to use the same IE settings?
This applies whether you’re using the Web Browser control in a WPF application, a Win Forms app, or Fox Pro application using the Active X control.
Behind the scenes all these UI platforms use the same COM interfaces and so you’re stuck with those same rules.
So this feature is actually used by a wide range of popular software. It’s important to remember that the registry settings from above are made per application, so most likely this is something you want to set up with your installer.
You can specify these keys in the registry at: The value specifies the IE version as follows: The value to set this key to is (taken from MSDN here) as decimal values: 11001 (0x2AF9) Internet Explorer 11. I let my installers write the values into the registry during the install process which also removes the keys on uninstall.
Essentially you can specify a registry with the name of your Executable and specify the version of IE that you would like to load. If you're using a development environment like Visual Studio or Visual Fox Pro to debug your applications, keep in mind that your main EXE you are running while debugging may not be the final EXE that you are building.
The numbers are specified as 11000, 10000, 9000, 80. So after you've set up your registry keys, your debugging experience may still not see the enhanced rendering features in the Web Browser control because you're not actually running the final EXE.
If you control the content in your Web Browser control by rendering the HTML pages you display yourself, the easiest way to provide later versions of the IE rendering engine is by using the IE Edge mode header. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a key that says use the latest version that's installed - you have to be specific regarding the version unfortunately.
Even in desktop applications, is often way easier than using labels or edit boxes or even some of the WPF text containers.
HTML is easy to generate, generally re-usable, and easily extensible and distributable.
Webpages are displayed in IE11 Standards mode, regardless of the ! Personally I always prefer setting this value per user using using the HKCU key which works for both 32 and 64 bit applications in one place.
If you set the keys globally on HKLM for all users, remember that 32 and 64 bit settings require separate settings in the registry.
If you have control over your documents that you render in the Web Browser Control you may be able to use .