Microsoft is set to publicly launch Internet Explorer 8 early on Thursday.
The new browser is a part of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, can be downloaded from Microsoft's website from 9 a.m. Pacific time, free for people using licensed Microsoft operating systems. According to Microsoft's report, IE8 will run with Windows Vista, its latest operating system, and also Windows XP.
For the information: Internet explorer has a 72.2 percent market share, ahead of the Mozilla Firefox browser with 17.2 percent. Google Chrome browser has only 2.8 percent of the market, while Apple Safari has less than 1 percent.