Microsoft teamed up with Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) for a noble cause and has released a customized version of Internet Explorer 9 today as a part of Safer Internet Day 2012.
Basically the customized Internet Explorer 9 offers Thinuknow.co.uk and Bing.com as home pages. Microsoft put some serious efforts with CEOP to build bookmarks and jump list including Windows 7 Taskbar notification. The search bar includes an internet safety search site which provides easy access for children and appropriate information.
Earlier Microsoft had the similar initiative to bring online safety awareness for kinds with COEP and launched a Child-friendly version of Internet Explorer 8 earlier.
Child-friendly Internet Explorer 9 and COEP Brower Safety Tools for Chrome and Firefox can be downloaded from links given below: