Yesterday, along with the announcement of many Windows 10 features like windows cortana, Microsoft also announced a new web browser code-named “Project Spartan,” which is said to replace Internet Explorer in Windows 10.
Here are some New features that were rumored and now officially described by Microsoft:
- Microsoft chose to focus on three main user-oriented features: stylus support, a Safari-like “reading mode” (a way to remove the clutter and make reading some web pages a more enjoyable experience) and Cortana integration.
- It has a new rendering engine.
- It has a new look and feel – a streamlined UI that fits in with the design language of Windows 10, which focuses on the page’s content.
- A note-taking mode lets you mark up the web with a stylus or a finger, so you can express your thoughts right on the canvas of the web.
- It can take the content in your reading list on Spartan and save it offline.
- Spartan will have built-in support for PDF files, which can be saved and marked up online and off.
- Cortana is built-in, ready to let you know things about the webpages you’re looking at, and also available to answer any of your questions.
- It will not be in Microsoft’s first insider build, and it’s coming to the phone a bit later.
1 thought on “Features of Microsoft’s New Spartan Web Browser”
Does it support AdBlock? which platform is it using?
Reading Mode is also available in Maxthon Browser with lot of goodies but ABP is not supported by it and hence make it a lame browser.