Microsoft’s Project Spartan browser is now available in the latest Windows 10 build

Screen Shot 2015-03-31 at 11.19.48 AM
Screen Shot 2015-03-31 at 11.19.48 AM

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Microsoft’s long awaited next generation web browser is finally available to try. Microsoft has added Project Spartan browser in the latest Windows 10 build for initial users to try. The latest build number is 10049. It comes with preview version of Spartan.

Company initially shared the details of Spartan in the Windows event back in January 21. Today, company announced its availability in the next preview. Spartan browser features a completely new engine for modern web browsing. It comes with Cortana integration. But Cortana integration will only be available in US version of build. The browser also includes ink support and reading list/reading view. Web Note feature of the browser will allow users to mark or type on the page and share it friends through email, social networks or OneDrive.

Company confirmed that the preview is not a “ready-for-everyone” version.

If you are testing Windows 10, make sure you are using the faster newer browser from Microsoft.

Source: Windows blog

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