Meet Microsoft's new web browser 'Project Spartan'

March 31, 2015: With much excitement, one of the author on windows website has introduced the Microsoft's new web browser 'Project Spartan," which will be available across the Windows 10 devices. It is fast, compatible, and built for the modern web is what the blog claims.
Windows 10 was launched last year and one of the key features introduced was the brand new browser codenamed as Project Spartan.

The earlier version Windows 10 technical preview was without this browser, Microsoft released a software update on it now adding the new browser, which allows users under Windows Developers Program to try it for the first time.

These are the some of the key features of Project spartan:

- New Design: The design is refreshing and entirely different than Internet Explorer.


-Inking: With inking capability, this web browser allow you to write or type directly on the page, comment on what you found interesting and can able to share the same by 'Web Note' via email or social networking site.

-Voice Control: Microsof's own siri 'Cortana' is built in the browser, that can acts as a personal voice assistant when needed.

-Reader Friendly: The new browser will come with 'read later' feature which allow users to save pdf or webpages to read it later. And the saved pages can be sync to read it from all your windows enabled devices.

The update Microsoft termed it as in early and incomplete state. So, what you are waiting for, if you're one among those who downloaded the Windows 10 Technical Preview, try the update to experience the brand new Project Spartan.

Watch the preview video here:

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