Microsoft will formally release its Internet Explorer 8 browser today, hoping to reverse a steady slide in its browser dominance as consumers switch to rival software for surfing the web, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Microsoft is touting its IE8 browser for its security and privacy features, along with its convenience. Since introducing a beta version of the browser last year, Microsoft has made modest tweaks to the underlying technology based on user feedback. With a few exceptions, it's essentially what has been available for some time. Microsoft's dominance in browsers has eroded over the past decade, particularly in the...

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