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If I Remove or Don’t Use Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10, Can I Avoid Upgrading to Internet Explorer 11?

This week, Premier Developer Consultant Pat Altimore brings us this very timely post on upgrading Internet Explorer. On January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for Windows will be supported.  For older OS such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, you will need to upgrade to IE11. Even if you don...

Internet Explorer 11 Migration Quick Start

(image) On Jan 12, 2016, IE11 will be the only supported version of IE on most Windows versions. In this post, Premier Developer Consultant Pat Altimore covers the essentials to jumpstart your migration. There are three main areas to plan for when you migrate: deployment, configuration, and compatibility.

Controlling WebBrowser Control Compatibility

If you have an embedded browser in your Windows application, you may be encountering a rendering or some other kind of compatibility issue with the content you are trying to display. In his most recent blog post, Premier Developer Consultant Pat Altimore discusses some options to try to fix common problems with the WebBrowser control in .NET. ...