After such a long time, Microsoft has finally decided to kill the awful Internet Explorer - which has been a great tool for downloading other browsers (LOL). With its death comes the birth of a fresh new project called Project Spartan - the official browser of Windows 10 and the successor to the Internet Explorer. While everybody has been very excited about the new version of the operating system, people has also been looking forward with how the Project Spartan will look like.

In fact, it's now dubbed as the "World's Most Advanced Browser". If that's the case, we can call it a fresh new start for Microsoft. 

Project Spartan Now Official. Let's Bid Goodbye To Internet Explorer!
What do you expect from this new browser?
Getting curious? Here are some of the released photos of Project Spartan...


Project Spartan Now Official. Let's Bid Goodbye To Internet Explorer!

Project Spartan Now Official. Let's Bid Goodbye To Internet Explorer!

As we can see on the photos above, the Spartan browser sports a clean and flat user interface (UI). According to sources, it both support light and dark themes, and is developed as a browser for all Windows 10 devices (may it be a PC, tablet or smartphone).

The Project Spartan has three (3) significant features: 


1. Cortana integration - Cortana (Microsoft's smart assistant) is integrated with Project Spartan. It will kick in when you're typing something contextually significant.
2. Note Taking - You can jot down notes on top of the web pages and will get saved and synced with OneNote.
3. Reading Mode - This works like Pocket, wherein you can save articles or pages that you would like to read in the future.

Release Date?

Microsoft is expected to roll this out in three (3) to five (5) months! :)


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