Sites use a number of different technologies to provide users with sound, animation and other elements that make up one of the pages attractive and interactive. One of those techniques is ActiveX, a collection of small programs to combat from Microsoft that enables content-rich Web sites.
ActiveX is used for a bit because of its ability to security problems, and Chrome does not support it directly.
However, the IE Tab add-on enables you to view pages that require ActiveX. Below is the simple tutorial will show you how to enable ActiveX in Google Chrome:
1. Go to Google’s Chrome Web Store >> Search “IE Tab”
2. Click “Add to Chrome” it will Display web pages using IE within Chrome. Supports ActiveX controls, Sharepoint, ICBC, alipay.
3. Now the extension will install itself and place an Internet Explorer icon at the end of your browser’s address bar.
4. Open Internet Explorer tab within Chrome by clicking on the IE icon, then type the URL of a site that uses ActiveX. When the site prompts you to install the ActiveX extensions in your browser, click the “Accept”.