One of the most important Windows 10 features is Microsoft brand-new Internet browser that’s currently known as Project Spartan. The browser is already available to Windows 10 Insiders running the latest Technical Preview release version, and it looks like Windows phone users will also receive it in the near future, as some lucky testers are …
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Instead of simply upgrading Internet Explorer and changing the user’s perception about Microsoft’s old Internet browser, the company is taking a new approach to Internet browsing with Windows 10. Called Project Spartan for the time being, the new browser will be available on all devices that can run Windows 10 and coexist with Internet Explorer, the company confirmed in …
Microsoft’s Windows 10 update is coming to both desktop and mobile devices later this year, with the former’s features having been thoroughly demoed so far. However, Microsoft is yet to show off Windows 10 for smartphones, even though the company has already started talking about the Windows 10 update for mobile devices, offering previews at …
Microsoft is slowly sharing more exciting news about its upcoming major operating system update, and the company on Tuesday made one more revelation about Windows 10 which will surely please many Windows users, especially older fans who have by now experienced many OS versions.
After teasing a few days ago that it’ll roll out faster updates to Windows 10 Insiders who want faster access to the newest features even if buggy, Microsoft on Wednesday released build 10041 of the upcoming operating system, which brings several improvements and features, but also includes some issues and inconsistencies that are yet to be ironed …
There are plenty of improvements to be excited about when it comes to Windows 10, from the return of the Start menu to inclusion of a fully-functional Xbox app, but the most intriguing development is the Project Spartan browser that will replace Internet Explorer once and for all.
Microsoft’s might not be present at CES anymore, but the company certainly made headlines this week during the Las Vegas-based event thanks to the Spartan leaks that popped online. According to many reports, Spartan is the internal codename of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 Internet browser, which is supposed to offer a different experience than Internet …
Microsoft’s special new browser for Windows 10, codenamed Spartan, is being detailed in more and more reports, with The Verge revealing that the new browser will be the most advanced yet, as it’ll offer users a variety of features not found on other browsers.
A few days ago, a report revealed that Microsoft is secretly developing a special new web browser for Windows 10 dubbed Spartan. The company is looking to offer users a different Internet surfing experience from Internet Explorer, though it’s not clear whether Microsoft will unveil the new program at its Windows event scheduled January 21st. However, since …