Internet ExplorerDoes not support WebGL.
Google ChromeFrom version 9.x of Google Chrome, WebGL is supported. You can find out if you are using the latest version of Google Chrome by going to About Google Chrome and following the instructions there.
- Type chrome://flags into the browser's address bar and hit enter.
- Under the Experiments list, find the setting Override software rendering list and press Enable.
FirefoxFirefox supports WebGL. We advise that you use the latest version of Firefox.
- Type about:config into the browser's address bar and hit enter.
- Type webgl.disabled into the Filter: search box.
- Click your mouse on the value that is displayed to highlight the row.
- Double-click to set it to true.
SafariMac only: Safari 5.1 and newer on OS X (10.6 and above) include support for WebGL. The Windows version does not support WebGL.
- Open Safari's preferences by clicking on Safari in the menu bar and selecting Preferences.
- Click the Advanced tab in the Preferences window.
- At the bottom of the window, check the Show Develop menu option.
- Open the Develop menu in the menu bar and select Enable WebGL.