Microsoft Demoes New Browser Codenamed 'Project Spartan' In Latest Windows 10 Build

31/03/2015 2:21 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at an event demonstrating new features of its flagship operating system Windows at the company's headquarters Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, in Redmond, Wash. Executives demonstrated how they said the new Windows is designed to provide a more consistent experience and a common platform for software apps on different devices, from personal computers to tablets, smartphones and even the company's Xbox gaming console. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

WASHINGTON: Microsoft's new Windows 10 build will offer a glimpse of the tech giant's much-awaited "Project Spartan" browser, reported TechCrunch..

Project Spartan is the codename for Microsoft's new browser and it will replace its predecessor in steps. It comes with Cortana, the company's digital assistant that lives in both current builds of Windows Phone and Windows 10.

By bringing Cortana into the browser, Microsoft appears to be moving towards establishing Cortana on every screen where the company vends a platform.

Microsoft highlighted pen capabilities, simple reading views, and a rendering engine built for the web as the new browser's merits.

The preview marks the first public release of Project Spartan. However, the company clarified that the new browser was an incomplete product.

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