Internet Explorer Team Blog

January, 2010

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    IE Cumulative Security Update Now Available

    Today we released a Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer. We’ve released this Cumulative Security Update earlier than originally scheduled based on malicious activities reported on the web. The update is available via Windows Update and Microsoft Update. Most users configure their machines to update automatically; you can find more information on that here . This update actually includes 236 separate packages for all the different languages and versions of Windows and IE that customers...
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    Add-on Guidelines in Action – Crawler Toolbar

    A new version of the Crawler Toolbar has recently been released and comes with many improvements to the user experience similar to the changes we described in a previous post about the AVG Security Toolbar . It’s another great example of the Guidelines for add-on developers in action. Here are some high-level examples of the changes they’ve made: The close button is visible so that users can manage it like other toolbars . Additionally, the toolbar is positioned in a supported location which...
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    Microsoft Joins W3C SVG Working Group

    As a part of Microsoft’s continued commitment to interoperability and standards support, yesterday we submitted our request to join the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Working Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) . We’re excited to take part in ensuring future versions of the SVG spec will meet the needs of developers and end users. As stated on its Web site, “the mission of the SVG Working Group is to continue the evolution of Scalable Vector Graphics as a format and a platform, and enhance...
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    Welcome 2010!

    Happy N w Year!
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