March 29, 2009

Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft has releases their latest web browser Internet Explorer 8 last week. According to a PC world blog post IE 8 managed to break the 2 percent mark within a day of its release last Thursday. But after that with a steady decline, Internet Explorer 8 dropped down to 1.86 percent of the market by Monday morning. With this IE release, browser's market share for IE has fallen down little bit and Safari, Opera and Firefox web browsers have gain slight while Chrome has remained constant.

This version of IE has better tab handling, a niftier search bar, a more useful address bar, and new tools that deliver information directly from other Web pages and services. IE8 has also been tweaked for security and includes a so-called "porn mode," new anti-malware protection, and better ways to protect your privacy.

If you like to try this product visit Internet Explorer 8 home page.

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