I have found that installing the Windows 10 anniversary edition update stops the Responsive HTML 5 output working when using the Microsoft Edge browser. I am using RoboHelp version 11. The problem is that the table of Contents is not displayed. The problem is caused by Active X content being blocked in the Edge browser. The content is displayed correctly in Internet Explorer. Has anyone else seen this problem please? Could you also let me know if this problem exists in RoboHelp version 2015?
RH2015 (with all patches applied) produces HTML5 help that Edge can display. Depending on the location of the help (local C:\ drive, network LAN drive, or Internet webserver) you may have to add the local locations to your list of Trusted Locations or manually add a Mark of the Web (MOTW) line to your HTML5 files.