Our Public Web Browser (PWB) has been met with overwhelming enthusiasm. Starting from humble roots as a simple web browser written to help secure a terminal server, to the browsers current state, PWB continues to grow.
How is this all possible?
The WebBrowser control is the main browsing component used by Internet Explorer. Public Web
Browser is built using the same technique as Internet Explorer, by employing the Microsoft WebBrowser control.
"In the furor over Netscape's release of the Navigator source code, Microsoft's customization
options for Internet Explorer often get short shrift. This article discusses how you can reuse Internet Explorer's WebBrowser
control in your own applications, both as a platform for building your own browser implementation or, as we feel will become
increasingly popular, the user interface for a "traditional" application."
Internet Explorer 10.0 and PWB
was developed using the Microsoft standards for hosting the IE Web Browser control. We have thoroughly tested PWB with IE 10
on Windows 7 and Windows 8. PWB will continue to function without trouble on both platforms with IE 10. PWB will also
gain any non-GUI functionality that is included with IE 10.0.