Version 1.16 of DotNetBrowser comes with a whole bunch of useful changes:
In this version, we are glad to introduce the HiDPI Displays support which allows using all DPI-aware modes. The BrowserView control is compatible with various DPI awareness modes and renders HTML content with respect to the scale factor.
See this article for more details.
We are FIPS-compliant now! Starting from the version 1.16 it is possible to use DotNetBrowser in the environments where the Federal Information Processing Standard restriction is enabled.
"The native crash on specific video cards and VM",
which graphic chips were affected?
This issue was related to the specific case when DotNetBrowser launched on Virtual Machines or used Remote Desktop Connection to the machine which did not have any connected display. In Chromium 64 were introduced the modified libraries (swiftshader/libEGL.dll and swiftshader/libGLESv2.dll), so we included these libraries into our release to fix the mentioned case.