One ActiveX control that you might find useful on Windows forms is the WebBrowser control, which uses the Internet Explorer rendering engine to display Web pages. In this exercise, you'll see how you can embed this control in a Windows form.
Estimated time: 15 minutes
Open a Visual C# .NET Windows application in the Visual Studio .NET IDE.
Right-click on the toolbox and select Customize Toolbox.
Select the COM Components tab in the Customize Toolbox dialog box.
Scroll down the list of components, which should include all the ActiveX controls that are registered on your computer, until you find the Microsoft Web Browser control. Click the check box for the control and ...