Windows 10: Using Windows Plugins in Linux Browsers (Silverlight etc)
Using Windows Plugins in Linux Browsers (Silverlight etc)
I know a few people here use Linux either as HOST or as a VM
This little piece of software enables Windows plugins to be used on some Linux browsers - so you might be able to get your favourite TV streaming stuff (e.g SKY GO) to work on Linux too.
Pipelight | Installation
New computer with Windows 10 wants to update Silverlight. I am not familiar with this program so I ran a search but the explanation is still "Greek" to me. What is Silverlight and do I need it or need to update it? Thanks.
Title is the question(Does Edge support plugins yet?)..
Source: Initial preview of Silverlight bridge to UWP | Building Apps for Windows
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