Your use of the words "made" and "designed" seem to be rather loose...
As this is the Windows forum, the least cost route to achieve your aim is probably going to be to host the WebBrowser control. But this isn't going to be so trivial for an inexperienced code as it's an ActiveX control.
See, for example:
Using the WebBrowser control, simplified
Note this example uses MFC so won't build with the Express edition of Visua Studio. Working with the WebBrowser control is possible with the Express edition, but it will be rather harder, as MFC and ATL provide a lot of assistance for routine use of ActiveX controls.
There are open source alternatives like WebKit, which can be used with GUI libraries (e.g. for wxWidgets there's wxWebConnect,; for Qt there's QtWebKit; ...) but they have their own issues.
(Note that embedding of Gecko, the renderer used by Firefox, is no longer supported.)
The WebKit Open Source Project
The wxWebConnect Project
Qt Port of WebKit
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