I wish did fix the issue. Browsers do not have this feature. Otherwise, anyone could run malicious code on users' computers. Such an opportunity is only for local instruments like Electron or Node.js, where JS process has bindings to a local file system.
it should still fix some issue We use Citrix for home-office, and people really like it. Now, they would like the same kind of environment at work, a nice page where every important application/document/folder is nicely arranged and classified in an orderly fashion
it fixes the issue For windows, you'd register an application to a uri scheme Basically just set up a few registry keys and point them to your executable. The best place to set this up is in your installer.