The version of the web browser included in Windows 10 build 10009 still calls the software “Project Spartan”, as Microsoft still debating on the actual name. In build 10009, the browser is using the new Edge rendering engine, rather than the Internet Explorer 11 flavor of Trident, which improves performance significantly. Although the screenshots doesn’t reveal everything about the new web browser, Microsoft has confirmed that it will support extension like Google Chrome and Firefox. It will support inking for annotations, reading list capability, and Cortana integration. Below you’ll find a few of the screenshots, but be sure to check the source page for the full list of images.

This is Project Spartan loading. This is Project Spartan address bar. While typing an URL, the user will get auto-complete, recent sites, and search suggestions. Project Spartan Add to Favorite. In the new browser there is no more menus like Internet Explorer. Spartan has a brand new look. Spartan has a Settings menu identical to the Settings app in Windows 10. Click the ellipsis button on the right to access zoom, share, find pages, and more setting function. This is the Reading List on Project Spartan, which allows users to read the web like an eBook. Although, we know that Spartan will be new default web browser in Windows 10, Microsoft will continue to ship Internet Explorer 11 for compatibility purposes. Also it’s unclear whether Windows Insiders will get to play with Spartan in the next build of Windows 10. Source ITHome All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.