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Internet Explorer's new Edge rendering engine has been slipped into the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, while later releases will see Internet Explorer replaced by the new Spartan.
Windows Insiders are eagerly waiting for a new Technical Preview build to be released, and recent leaks show that we might get to see Spartan in action sooner than expected.
Microsoft has recently announced that they have added support for HLS and DASH adaptive bitrate streaming protocols in Spartan, and you can try them out right now if you have Windows 10 installed.
Microsoft has confirmed on Twitter that Spartan will be a great platform for gaming inside a browser, with Gamepad, Pointer Lock, and improved WebGL standards currently being implemented.
Microsoft stated on Twitter that they are working on support for extensions for the Spartan browser which aligns to previously reported information about the future of the browser.
Jacob Rossi, senior engineer at Microsoft's web platform team has shared more details about Spartan, its rendering engine, and how it will affect users and developers moving forward.
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 shed a bit more light on its new browser, called Project Spartan, including the first look at the mobile interface that will arrive with Windows 10 for phones.
At the Windows 10 event today in Redmond, Washington at the company's headquarters, Microsoft has announced its newest browser code named Sparatan and it will come with every version of Windows 10
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.
Watch Microsoft's Windows 10 announcements live right here. Consumer features, new preview builds, Cortana, Spartan, maybe even new hardware - all of that is expected and more so join us for the ride.
Tomorrow, Microsoft will show off its newest browser that will finally bring true extensions to its product but the approach will be a bit different than what most might be expecting.
In a week from now, Microsoft will be announcing more on its plans for Windows 10 on PCs, phones and other devices. But what should we expect from the company's next OS preview build for the PC?
We have learned a bit more about how Spartan will work and what features the browser will include when it launches with Windows 10, ahead of the announcement later this month.
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Microsoft's new web browser is radically redesigned and full of surprises. Spartan will reportedly have new advanced features that will make rival browsers look utterly irelevant.
After poking the fires about Microsoft's new browser, we think we have a better understanding of how the company will use this new asset in Windows 10 and have answered a few reader questions too.
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.
Someone at Facebook appears to have gotten a little trigger happy, posting (and subsequently pulling) a blog post detailing the company's new HTML5 mobile experience, dubbed ''Project Spartan".
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