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Microsoft has announced the new name for its next-generation web browser. Ditching the 'Project Spartan' development codename, the browser will now be known as 'Microsoft Edge'.
The new build of Windows 10 has also brought a new version of the Project Spartan browser, and we take a closer look as how it stacks up to the competition. Hint: it's doing surprisingly well!
Microsoft is planning to host a dev summit for Internet Explorer's successor, Project Spartan, right in Google's backyard. The summit will feature technical sessions and build testing from engineers.
In the latest leak of Windows 10, build 10051, Spartan has received a few new features one of which is to allow you to open pages with Internet Explorer.
In a blog post, Microsoft have said that "Do Not Track" will not be the default option in browsers going forward in accordance with new standards from the World Wide Web Consortium.
Screenshots of Microsoft's Project Spartan on Windows 10 for phones have been leaked on the web, the images show several changes like "reading lists" and repositioning of the address bar.
Following a "reevaluation" of the Pointer Events standard that got approved by the W3C last month, Google has committed to supporting the standard, with a little help from some friends.
Microsoft has announced that they are changing their initial plans for Internet Explorer by saying that Internet Explorer 11 will remain fundamentally unchanged from Windows 8.1 going forward.
Microsoft is opening up and partnering with different companies to make sure Spartan will be competitive once it gets released. The first partnership being made public is between Adobe and Microsoft.
Yesterday, it was announced that W3C had made Pointer Events specification a recommend inclusion for modern browsers, but Apple and Google are providing resistance to this standard.
In the past year, Microsoft has become significantly more open and transparent about its products and its roadmaps; for the Internet Explorer team, they are now developing a top requested feature.
Attackers can now bypass the same-origin policy in Internet Explorer with a newly discovered vulnerability that allows them to inject malicious code into any website and steal cookies.
Microsoft is reportedly considering various names for its new web browser, including 'IE Evex' and 'Internet Explorer Endeavor' - but some users are calling on the company to stick with 'Spartan'.
There's a new surprise in the latest build of Windows 10 that you can only see if you enable the new experimental features in Internet Explorer, after which it will mask its true identity.
We learn more about what's under the hood of Microsoft's new Spartan browser, and to no one's surprise we find Internet Explorer. However that's not to say that Spartan is simply IE in disguise.
Microsoft has just unveiled its newest version of Windows 10. This version brings numerous new , consumer-facing features designed to impress and delight regular users.
It's that "time of the month" for Windows where patches get applied to plug vulnerabilities found in the OS. This time around eight were delivered and none affecting Internet Explorer.
The next browser from the Microsoft camp is coming into focus and we have had a peek at the UI and have pulled together the details to help you understand what the new UI will look like.
Internet Explorer's new forked rendering engine is included in Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9879, the engine is Microsoft's attempt to break away from legacy features.
While digging around and trying to uncover what is going on with the next version of Internet Explorer, we heard quite a few whispers about what was happening behind the scenes.
Microsoft is making significant changes to the Trident engine that powers Internet Explorer that the company hopes will improve performance and make the browser more appealing.
Dean Hachamovitch, a 24 year Microsoft veteran and former Internet Explorer chief for the past decade, revealed in a blog post on Thursday that he has left Microsoft.
After five years, Microsoft will no longer deliver the "Browser Choice" update to its Windows operating systems after a mandate delivered by the European Commission.
The IE dev team has reached out to users via Twitter asking for feedback for the next major update of IE in regards to the 'F12 tools" (as they call it) and have already shown off some improvements.
Microsoft has released a new tool that allows you to test the latest version of Internet Explorer from Windows 10 Technical Preview on any operating system - and that includes iOS too.
Looking at the data, we see Internet Explorer is still the leading browser around the world, by a wide margin. But this is isn't exactly in Microsoft's favor as the newest version is still struggling.
Microsoft is working on another large update to Internet Explorer - this time around, the user interface is getting a large overhaul, and there are some exciting new features on the way too.
During the month of August, use of Internet Explorer and Firefox increased slightly, as Microsoft and Mozilla have grown their market share at the expense of Google's Chrome, which dipped.
Earlier this week during an AMA, Microsoft's Internet Explorer team said that they thought about re-branding the browser but decided that the current brand was strong enough in its current state.
The development team behind Internet Explorer took to Reddit today to talk about the browser and one of the questions that was asked was whether or not Microsoft had ever considered rebranding it.
Microsoft will start blocking outdated ActiveX controls for Internet Explorer in order to prevent security risks involved in using old unpatched third-party plugins with the browser.
For the month of June, Microsoft's Internet Explorer market share remained flat while Google's Chrome saw a modest increase - but Firefox, Safari and Opera all lost users during the month.
A man claims that Microsoft "appropriated" technology he says he developed in 1996 and that the company now earns "billions of dollars from Android users" in licensing fees after patenting it in 1997.
Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer Developer Channel, a beta version of IE that bundles together upcoming features. This is where IE's upcoming changes will be made public for the first time.
Microsoft has said that with the June release for 'Patch Tuesday', they will fix 59 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer which is a dramatic rise in issues when compared to previous months.
Microsoft and ESPN have teamed up to launch a new site for the World Cup with a touch-friendly UI, offering news, videos, team profiles, history, exclusive content and lots more from the tournament.
Microsoft has announced the Internet Explorer team is working on a number of new features it plans to add to future editions of the web browser, including Web Audio, Media Capture, HTTP/2 and more.
22tracks, a music discovery website, has been redesigned and launched in collaboration with Microsoft's Internet Explorer team using a set of HTML5-based features and better support for the browser.
Microsoft was informed seven months ago about a zero-day exploit that was found in Internet Explorer 8 but has yet to issue an update to fix the issue, but there's been no attacks that have used it.
Microsoft is running a new TV ad for Internet Explorer that is a bit more serious than previous installments, as it tries to show how the latest version of its web browser was made for touch.
Microsoft has announced it will release a security patch for all supported versions of Internet Explorer today to fix a recently found exploit, and even Windows XP versions of IE will get the update.
The latest data from Net Applications for worldwide web browser market share shows that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 has finally dropped below the four percent mark.
Microsoft has clarified techniques in which users can protect against the major vulnerablity for Internet Explorer; the revised security advisory page also reveals the damage the exploit can cause.
AdBlock Plus has announced that it will no longer support Microsoft's older Internet Explorer 6 and 7 web browsers, citing their low market share and turning off the TLS 1.0 protocol by default in IE6
The U.S. Homeland Security's Computer Emergency Readiness Team has issued a statement recommending people not use Internet Explorer until Microsoft released a patch to fix a newly found exploit.
Microsoft has announced it has released a security advisory for a newly discovered remote code execution vulnerability for all currently supported versions of Internet Explorer.
Microsoft has revealed more information about the upcoming new version of its Internet Explorer 11 web browser for Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 7.
The latest numbers from Net Applications for web browser market share in March 2014 show that Google's Chrome edged out Mozilla's Firefox for second place, while Internet Explorer remains on top.
A build of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 with Enterprise mode has leaked, and the update could also be officially announced at BUILD that kicks off in early April.