Customized Internet Explorer version for kids launched

On the occasion of Safer Internet Day 2012, Microsoft and COEP today released a customized version of Internet Explorer browser, to help protect and keep kids safe online. This is not the first time that such a browser was launched. Two years back too, Microsoft and COEP had launched such a co-branded Internet Explorer.

This customised browser provides children with instant access to CEOP’s one stop shop for Internet safety. It has and as dedicated home pages and Favorites include and link directly to CEOP bookmarks. It makes it easy for youngsters to report inappropriate online behaviour and find information about staying safe online

You can download the child-friendly version of Internet Explorer 9 here.

If you are using Chrome or Firefox, you can add the COEP Brower Safety Tools to your browsers here.

Internet Explorer 9 optimized for Bing and MSN together may also interest you.

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