Enabling WebGL

Enable WebGL in your browser to properly show the Execution Profile.

Note:

The Trend Micro Vision One console supports the following browsers:

  • Google Chrome™ (the newest version and the most recent previous version)

  • Mozilla® Firefox® (the newest version and the most recent previous version)

  • Microsoft Edge™ (Chromium-based) (the newest version and the most recent previous version)

The following table outlines the steps that users can perform to enable WebGL in the supported browsers.

Browser

Steps

Google Chrome™

  1. Open a browser window and type chrome://settings/system in the address bar.

  2. In the System section, turn on Use hardware acceleration when available.

    You need to relaunch your browser for the change to take effect.

  3. Type chrome://gpu in the address bar.

  4. Under Graphics Feature Status, search for WebGL and check its status.

    If the message Hardware accelerated appears, it indicates WebGL is running on the graphics card.

Mozilla® Firefox®

  1. Open a browser window and type about:config in the address bar.

  2. In the search box, type webgl.disabled.

    If the value false appears, it indicates WebGL is enabled.

Microsoft Edge™ (Chromium-based)

  1. Open a browser window and type edge://settings/system in the address bar.

  2. In the System section, turn on Use hardware acceleration when available.

    You need to relaunch your browser for the change to take effect.

  3. Type edge://gpu in the address bar.

  4. Under Graphics Feature Status, search for WebGL and check its status.

    If the message Hardware accelerated appears, it indicates WebGL is running on the graphics card.