A few months ago, Microsoft surprised everyone when the company announced that as they skipped Windows 9 to give the jump to Windows 8 to Windows 10. The objective of this surprising decision was to reinforce the concept that is an operating system created from zero, which breaks with the above.And apparently, the thing is getting serious.

And we got some interesting news as their can be a new browser from Microsoft called Spartan, which will replace Internet Explorer in Windows 10 . Different sources confirm that Internet Explorer is not 12 or a variant thereof, but a new browser ultralight which is created from scratch.Confirmed the rumor, would be to Internet Explorer. Interestingly next year, presented Windows 10, it turn 20.

Spartan for Windows 10

Apparently, Spartan has an aesthetic similar to Chrome and is developed with the Chakra JavaScript engine, and the engine Trident rendering pages.

The ultralight browser allows speculate that also be compatible with smartphones and tablets. Microsoft announced that Windows 10 was a unified system capable of operating in all kinds of hardware, including tablets and phones.

Although, according to rumor, Spartan will be the browser officer of Windows 10 , apparently also include Internet Explorer, but only for the purpose of maintaining full compatibility. This will continue to evolve.

Spartan is not the only novelty of Windows 10 . The voice assistant Cortana also reach desktops.

Microsoft held a re-submission of Windows 10 next January 21 at an event for which has already sent invitations to the press.

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A few months ago, Microsoft surprised everyone when the company announced that as they skipped Windows 9 to give the jump to Windows 8 to Windows 10. The objective of this surprising decision was to reinforce the concept that is an operating system created from zero, which breaks with the above.And...