Over the past few months Microsoft has been teasing us with details about the new Project Spartan web browser that has been specifically designed to roll out with Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 10.
Anyone who has been patiently waiting to be able to get their hands on the new Project Spartan browser will be pleased to know that it is now available to try out in the latest Windows 10 preview release.
Check out the video below to learn more bout the new Project Spartan web browser Microsoft has created that features : Built-in support for the Cortana personal voice assistant, a new re-designed simpler user interface and a smaller toolbar, support for jotting notes including comments, questions, or annotations on website and sharing “Web Notes” with other users as well as a Reading List and Reading View options for saving articles for later, distraction-free reading, and saving pages as PDF files.
If you would like to put the new Windows 10 Project Spartan browser through its paces before the official launch of the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system later this year. You can now download the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview (build 10049) directly from the Microsoft website.