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September 8, 2010
In a statement issued today, Microsoft expressed its commitment to developing and improving support for industry standards in its Internet Explorer technologies.
To help people communicate freely on the Internet — regardless of what software they use — Microsoft today announced plans to publish the protocol for its free MSN Instant Messenger Service.
The Internet Content Rating Association will establish a new international rating system to help parents and teachers make the Internet a safe and exciting medium for children.
Microsoft to Include GTE on Internet Referral Server, Program Offering Local Service Provider Subscriptions Directly From Browser
Microsoft Corp. announced that its Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 software for the Windows 95 operating system is available in 22 languages, bringing Microsoft’s Web browser to the largest international audience of any Internet client software.
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