Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Microsoft New Web Browser :Code name :Spartan

Microsoft is working on a new web browser that will be introduced in the upcoming Windows 10 as a default browser instead of the long-time regular Internet Explorer. Though the company may not completely remove Internet Explorer from the new operating system, reportedly to keep the compatibility with legacy applications and websites.Internet Explorer has been the default web browser in Windows since 1995.
According to a report at ZDNet, Microsoft is working on a lightweight web browser code named Spartan. The new browser will look a lot like Chrome and Firefox and will support extensions.The company may show the new browser at its planned January 21 event for Windows 10.