Microsoft's new browser, Spartan, gets detailed in a plethora of new images

Microsoft hasn't released a new build of Windows 10 in several weeks but that doesn't mean we can't get a look at the upcoming Spartan browser. Thanks to a new leak from a build that has not been released, we can get a closer view of what this new feature will look like.

While we have already seen what Cortana will look like in Spartan, these images give us a better look at what else to expect from the user interface when Spartan is released to Insiders.

We can clearly see the new reading mode view, what multiple open tabs will look like, the context menus of the browser and a lot more from the images in this post. You can take a look at the gallery below to see all of them and there are a few more at the source link as well.

In the settings section, you can see a few of the customization options like turning the favorites bar off and on, detecting phone numbers (for Skype integration), changing your home page and selecting a theme for the 'Reading View'.

It's important to remember that this is still a very early look at the new browser that will be shipping with Windows 10 later this year. As Microsoft progresses towards the final build, we can expect to see things like extensions be added to the platform too.

Source: mswin.me

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