Microsoft revealed its Internet Explorer Successor recently at the Windows 10 event in January this year. Going by the features provided by Microsoft itself at the event, it looked like Internet Explorer would finally be redesigned and like all, we were too excited about getting our Hands Dirty on it. The latest successor of Internet Explorer has quite a few astonishing features like Cortana Integration, Inking Support, and an all new rendering Engine.
But, till now, we haven’t seen a teaser of this browser until today when WinBeta obtained a copy of Project Spartan( Project Spartan is the codename for Internet Explorer Successor) and has even made a demo of the Cortana features. Although Microsoft showed some glimpse of Cortana Integration back in January, yet, this video demonstration illustrates many aspects of Cortana Integration. In the First Look of Spartan Browser, Cortana appears to bounce in the Address Bar as soon as it detects that a particular website being browsed has further information which includes address and opening hours for retail sites.
The teaser of Spartan Browser shows how Cortana will provide the information on the locations and even provide the directions within the browser itself. In case you stuck out somewhere, then there is a “ask Cortana” option in the menu to help you with Cortana. What makes Spartan all the more special is the integration of Coratan in Address Bar of the Spartan Browser itself which means that you can simply type say “weather” in the Address Bar itself and obtain the Weather Forecast Information in no time.
Microsoft announced yesterday that the one can expect Project Spartan in the next Preview of Windows 10 which is scheduled to arrive by the month’s end.
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