Microsoft has revealed plans to release its MSN 8.0 browser. The company is to bundle the browser with its MSN Internet access services. People without MSN subscriptions will have to pay to use the browser.
The browser is expected to contain a number of new features including parental control, email and website blocking, activity reports, personal finance and multimedia content, as well as learning and research materials.
The browser is to be released later this year in the North American market. No concrete release date has been given for the browsers launch in other world markets.