So i know the post is old, but it was a recent problem for me and i had to do some serious digging and thinking outside the box.
basically like most replies here – you cannot alter the webbrowser control to use the most recent IE engine. mine uses IE7 by default, i have seen some replies that basically changes/ adds stuff to registry, am always not comfy when it comes to the registry, a cleaner way to address this issue would be to append code on your website that forces it to use the most current IE engine on any pc and works like a charm.
if you have access to the web.config file of the page you intend to browse, simple append:
<add name=”X-UA-Compatible” value=”IE=edge” />
and your site would force webbrowser control to run the most current IE engine on your computer. Other options are found here:
I should state that this would only work if you have access to the page / web.config of the website/ application you are trying to access- which was my case.
You can use last stable version in the page
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//// src=http://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.0.3.min.js> ///