Edge Chromium Activex

Edge Chromium Activex
  1. Microsoft Edge Activex Support
  2. Edge Chromium Activex

So, without further ado, let me the steps to enable Internet Explorer mode in the new Edge Chromium browser in Windows 10. Enable Internet Explorer mode in Edge. To enable the Internet Explorer mode in the Edge browser, you have to perform two major steps. First, enable a flag and then add a flag to the Edge shortcut. Let me show the steps. Functions that are dependent on ActiveX and work in Internet Explorer 11 will also work in the new Internet Explorer mode in the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. We announced this feature earlier this month, and it should be available for you to test soon. We're glad you're testing, and look forward to your feedback on IE mode! I am using Windows 10 64 bit November Update 2019, my problem is Internet Explorer can successfully verify Java installation, Edge doesn't, but Edge is only Chromium based browser that support internet explorer mode. Java verification in Internet Explorer Java verification in Microsoft Edge(stable version) 64 bit.

Microsoft Edge Activex Support

I understand that ActiveX is a Microsoft product and was widely used with Internet Explorer and Windows. I have a Mac running El Capitan. I have a Mediasmart server at home running Windows Home Server 2011. Unfortunately, to have remote web access to the server, it requires either a Windows computer or a Mac running a virtual environment. I have tried Safari using develop/user agent and Internet Explorer and it doesn't work. I have tried FF with IE Tab extension and it doesn't work. I tried using Winebottler but I get a crash message when it is installing IE 6. Finally, I tried using Parallels 10 and it does work, somewhat, but I don't want to use Parallels each and everytime I want to login to WHS 2011.


How can I fix this so I can access the server directly from the Mac itself?

Mac mini, OS X El Capitan (10.11.6)

Edge Chromium Activex

Posted on Mar 7, 2017 7:02 AM