Windows 10 Technical Preview Now Comes With Project Spartan Browser
Few days ago, Microsoft revealed the new rendering engine for its new browser Project Spartan and now time comes when you can experience it. According to the Microsoft, Project Spartan will now be a part of Windows 10 Preview program and all the users can experience this latest browser on their own. The browser comes with almost all the main utilities except history and download features.
As we all know that Internet Explorer and Project Spartan will both integrate in the Windows 10 but only Spartan could make access from Start Screen and Taskbar. On the other hand, to access IE user will need to type in the search box to open it.
Project Spartan will come with some interesting features besides its fast rendering engine like Cortana, new pen and note taking capabilities. The Cortana will play a part of assistant that can help user to play in making web browsing easier. However, the feature of Cortana is right now only for US users, but according to the Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore: “NOT a polished, ready-for-everyone release”, and when it will release officially with Windows 10 every user can experience all the features of the fast, smooth and powerful web browser.
Moreover, Internet Explorer will become the heritage browser, which will be used to open old sites and the Project Spartan will be the regular browser with all the new advanced features and add-ons.
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