Microsoft has unveiled Internet Explorer 8, which offers users more security and additional enhancements.

Microsoft still holds a massive 78% browser market share, but is coming under pressure from competitors like Mozilla's Firefox and the new Chrome browser from Google.
Chrome was launched just a few months ago, but already boasts a 2% market share, which has come at Internet Explorer's expense.
The new version of Internet Explorer is being touted as faster than most of its competitors.
For developers, Internet Explorer 8 uses standard Web development tools, which means developers won't have to create two versions of their sites to ensure they display correctly in Explorer.