Windows 10 is looking better and better with every update. With the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview update, Microsoft introduced the highly-anticipated “Project Spartan” internet browser.
Project Spartan comes with a more modern and user-friendly interface than Internet Explorer. It’s also streamlined and, to be honest, surprisingly sexy. Yes, browsers can be sexy.
More Project Spartan features are expected to be added between now and the release. In any case, here’s what the features look like now:
-Search the web with your voice
-Use Reading List and Reading View to collect webpages you want to read later online or offline
-Thanks to our friends at Neowin for the pictures:
-Inking support that lets you annotate, save, and share webpages
-Streamlined rendering engine called Edge that promises to bring better web compatibility, speed, and performance than any Internet Explorer version
While releasing the new Technical Preview update, Microsoft also released the following video:
Want to get the new Project Spartan update for yourself? It should be automatically available through Windows Update.
Microsoft is emphasizing the Project Spartan is not polished and not ready for the general public. Still, it looks pretty good for an unfinished browser.
For months, Project Spartan has been Microsoft’s worst-kept secret. Based on early reviews of the OS and its new browser, Microsoft may have a winner with Windows 10 – especially if they’re able to shake the stigma of using a Microsoft browser.