The browser offers options of security to protect children from the risks of the web. Filter search results and suggests children's pages.
The company developed a version of its popular browser in collaboration with the Child Protection Centre Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) from United Kingdom.
A recent Microsoft study warned precisely of control and lack of awareness about the risks children face when entering the Internet.
For this reason, Internet Explorer includes parental control tools and options for greater protection of minors, as confirmed by the official statement. For example, children have direct access to CEOP, where they can find tips on navigating the Internet.
There is also a search bar that filters the results so that those dangerous sites or adult content are blocked. And there are pages recommended, especially designed for the kids.
The children's version of Internet Explorer 9 can be downloaded here.