Internet Explorer Embedded (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
Internet Explorer Embedded is a feature-rich browser control and provides technologies that can be used to build a custom browser for a specific device or market.
- Internet Explorer Embedded OS Design Development
Provides information about how to create and use browser applications, the modules and components that implement Internet Explorer Embedded, and Sysgen variables that enable the Internet Explorer functionality.
- Internet Explorer Embedded Application Development
Provides information about how a Windows Embedded CE powered device application can use components of Internet Explorer Embedded.
- Internet Explorer Embedded Default Registry Settings
Provides information about the registry settings that enable and configure Internet Explorer functionalities in your OS design.
- Internet Explorer Embedded Security
Describes security and best practices information for Internet Explorer functionalities
- Internet Explorer Embedded Migration
Identifies the general considerations for migrating Internet Explorer from one version of Windows Embedded CE to another.
- Internet Explorer Embedded Samples
Describes sample code that provides a base for creating or adding functionality to an Internet Browser.
- Internet Client Services Catalog Items
Provides descriptions and Sysgen variable information for the Catalog items that appear under the Internet Client Services tree in the Platform Builder Catalog.
Provides links to topics that describe the scripting languages supported in Windows Embedded CE.
- Browser Applications
Provides links to topics that cover web browser technologies.
- Internet Explorer Embedded Support Components
Provides links to topics that describe the underlying support components of the browser application.