The new Microsoft browser Spartan is available for testing
The new browser Microsoft “Project Spartan”, presented in Windows 10 is now available and can be tested with the new Windows 10 Technical Preview for PC. The design of “Project Spartan” focuses on the pages.
Users will be able to test some of the features that were introduced in January this year:
• The virtual assistant Cortana is already built in. It offers help at the right time, based on everything she knows about the web for that particular user and what she is trying to do. Cortana provides additional information when the user needs it in order to facilitate browsing and make it more effective.
• Take notes by keyboard or stylus. With these new capabilities, Project Spartan allows users to take notes directly on the website, to comment on what is of interest to them and easily share with friends via email or social media.
• View reading that does not distract. Project Spartan helps users to choose anything they want to read, including the ability to maintain any web page or PDF file for convenient access later by displaying text in a simplified format for better readability of online and offline articles.
Microsoft enables program participants Windows Insider to share feedback about Project Spartan, very soon after giving this opportunity internally in the company.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that the browser in the new operating system, Windows 10 will have a new name and brand “Internet Explorer” goes into history.
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