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Active Channel Technology

This technology is obsolete as of Windows Internet Explorer 7 and should not be used. A channel is a Web site described by a Channel Definition Format (CDF) file. This section contains a list of articles available for CDFs.

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Active Channel Overviews and Tutorials

This technology is obsolete as of Internet Explorer 7 and should not be used. This section contains overview and tutorial articles available for Active Channel.

CDF Reference

This technology is obsolete as of Internet Explorer 7 and should not be used. This section contains reference information for CDF elements used with Microsoft Active Channels, Microsoft Active Desktop items, and Software Update Channels.

Enhancing Offline Favorites

Active Channel technology is obsolete as of Internet Explorer 7 and should not be used. This article describes the creation and implementation of smart offline Favorites. Using a combination of Channel Definition Format (CDF) and HTML elements, Web authors can enhance the offline browsing experience for users with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and later.

Introduction to Software Update Channels

Active Channel technology is obsolete as of Internet Explorer 7 and should not be used. This article introduces you to the terminology, benefits, and implementation of Software Update Channels. After reading this article, you will understand how easy it is for users to discover and interact with this technology, and you will know how to create your own Software Update Channels. Links to relevant overviews, references, and tutorials are provided at the end of the article.

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