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Posted: January 15, 2022 | by Michael Bright

ActiveX is a deprecated programming framework developed by Microsoft in 1996 to allow the creation of components that can be embedded in the Internet Explorer web browser. These components run on Windows over the Win32 API. Microsoft released Microsoft Edge, the replacement for Internet Explorer with no support for ActiveX marking the end of ActiveX technology.

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