More details about Microsoft's 'Spartan' browser emerge

A new report claims to have first image of Microsoft's much-rumored new web browser for Windows 10, code-named "Spartan", along with more information about the browser.

Published Date
07 - Jan - 2015
| Last Updated
07 - Jan - 2015
 
More details about Microsoft's 'Spartan' browser emerge

Fresh details about Microsoft's new web browser codenamed Spartan have emerged on the web. According to a leaked screenshot, the new browser has a flatter user interface, reminiscent to Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox browsers.

According to reports, the new browser comes with new features that improve Internet browsing experience. Reports suggest the browser will come with support for voice commands such as add to favorites, go to Facebook.com and make that my homepage.

Earlier rumours suggested Microsoft was planning to include Spartan and the current Internet Explorer 11 in the desktop version of Windows 10. Microsoft hasn't yet commented on rumours of Spartan browser.

Microsoft is holding a January 21 event where the company is expected to reveal plans about Windows 10 OS, which is likely to be ready for launch in late 2015.

Source: BGR