Microsoft has sent out media invites on Friday for an Internet Explorer 9 event on February 10. It is expected to unveil the Release Candidate version of Internet Explorer 9 at an event in San Francisco on February 10.
According to sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans, the software giant is currently building copies of Internet Explorer 9 that include an “ActiveX filter” feature. The filter will allow users to control what ActiveX elements are displayed on sites they visit, furthering Microsoft’s commitment to security within its browser. Microsoft is expected to ship the feature inside Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate (RC).
Before releasing this RC Microsoft had released the Beta versions and it surpassed 20 Million downloads.
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