What is ActiveX used for?

Answer ActiveX adds functionality to a variety of Microsoft applications and software. ActiveX controls allow programming components to be used for a variety of different program "containers" (such as so... Read More »

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What kind of ActiveX software is used for Windows XP?

The ActiveX software used for Microsoft Windows XP is called "ActiveX." It is a executable code and is often used in validating ownership for genuine Microsoft products. When you enter the key code... Read More »

What is ActiveX?

ActiveX broadly describe a variety of software functions developed by Microsoft in which the code for the application can be executed independently of the program from which the ActiveX object is u... Read More »

What is an Activex DLL?

A Dynamic Link Library (DLL) is a special type of file in Windows that allows a program to use features that are part of another program, such as Microsoft's ActiveX. ActiveX itself is a framework ... Read More »

What Is an ActiveX Kill Bit?

The ActiveX kill bit is a registry setting that causes an ActiveX control to stop functioning in Internet Explorer. If a vendor discovers a security issue in their ActiveX control, they can reques... Read More »