Microsoft admits to Explorer code changes
Microsoft has confirmed it is working on Internet Explorer code changes in order to bypass patents held by Eolas. From January, Microsoft will push the new code through updates and bug fixes to change the way Explorer deals with ActiveX. Developers have been warned of how the changes work, although Microsoft has promised that they are "minor". ActiveX controls allow for animated content, such as movies or music, to be built directly into Web pages.
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