The Microsoft Spartan Browser for windows 10

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With the decision of Microsoft to ditch Internet explorer for the Spartan Browser, is there any information on the looks of the browser? If so, how does it look like? I also believe new functionalities must have been added and I would wish to know about any of the new features it might have.

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The Microsoft Spartan Browser for windows 10

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Microsoft recent update Spartan web browser like internet explorer.Spartan browser is very good features.Microsoft especially adding extensions and IE for supporting “legacy” Web sites, and Spartan for modern Web apps.Microsofts reported Spartan web browser will be lighter, more flexible than internet Explorer. So use windows 10 with Spartan web browser and also enjoyable.

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The Microsoft Spartan Browser for windows 10

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Microsoft’s own Spartan browser is now called Microsoft Edge. It is a web browser developed by Microsoft designed to work on Windows 10 only. All earlier versions of Microsoft Windows are not supported by this browser. The browser ships with Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Xbox One. This replaces all Microsoft Internet Explorer as the default web browser on all device classes.

Microsoft Spartan browser

According to Microsoft, it is designed to be lightweight with layout engine built around web standards. Among its features include reading mode, annotation tools, and the ability to integrate with Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual intelligent personal assistant and the counterpart of Siri, Apple’s virtual personal assistant. Microsoft Edge doesn’t support Microsoft Internet Explorer’s Browser Helper Objects and even ActiveX.

The browser also includes a PDF reader, an integrated Adobe Flash Player, and support for asm.js. Microsoft Edge will use EdgeHTML, a proprietary layout engine specifically developed for Edge. It is a fork of Trident where all legacy code of earlier versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer has been removed.

The majority of its source code was rewritten to be able to support web standards and interoperability with other modern browsers.

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