project spartan

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  1. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Microsoft Edge will eventually warn you when closing multiple browser tabs

    Although Microsoft Edge is still labeled Project Spartan in the latest build of Windows 10 its development continues in each new build of Windows 10 and yesterday's build 10130 is no exception. Project Spartan now includes the ability to play videos in full screen, without the chrome showing...
  2. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    POLL RESULTS: IE or Edge Logo?

    In last weeks poll question we asked you to tell us if you preferred the logo from Internet Explorer or the new Microsoft Edge that was unveiled, along with Project Spartan's new name, during Build 2015 in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago. Surprisingly the results were almost a 50/50 split...
  3. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Do you prefer the logo of Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer?

    During Build 2015 last week Microsoft announced that the browser we have known as Project Spartan in Windows 10 would be re-named Microsoft Edge. The name was revealed in a video played for keynote attendees and as you watch it it becomes very obvious early on what the new name will be...
  4. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    POLL RESULTS: Project Spartan First Impressions

    Our poll question from this past week asked what your initial impressions were of Microsoft's new web browser code named Project Spartan. In build 10049 of Windows 10 on desktops we finally got the first public view of this new browser which is expected to be the default web interface on...
  5. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Introducing Project Spartan: The New Browser Built for Windows 10

    Today I’m excited to share more details about “Project Spartan,” the new browser we are introducing in Windows 10. Project Spartan will be available across the Windows 10 device family. It is fast, compatible, and built for the modern Web. Project Spartan is designed to work the way you do...
  6. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    You Can Now Test Project Spartan, Microsoft's Internet Explorer Successor

    Microsoft is releasing a preview of its Internet Explorer successor, Project Spartan, today. The new browser, which will be the default web experience in Windows 10, is part of an update to the PC Windows 10 preview. Microsoft promised faster builds for testers, and it’s delivering on that...
  7. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Project Spartan Makes Its Formal Debut Today Inside New Windows 10 Build 10049

    The wait is over. Microsoft has been teasing the capabilities of Project Spartan for months. Those that have held their breath with news of each new Build release can finally exhale. Today, Microsoft is rolling out a brand new Windows 10 build to Fast Ring Windows Insiders, build 10049. And...
  8. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Microsoft Clarifies Roles For IE And Project Spartan In Windows 10

    The headlines claiming the death kneel of Internet Explorer as a brand ran rampant about a week ago when the head of Microsoft Marketing, Chris Capossela, gave a presentation at Convergence 2015 in Atlanta, GA. In that presentation he told the crowd that Microsoft was looking for a new brand...
  9. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Microsoft Is Learning From Its Mistakes For Its Internet Explorer Successor

    Internet Explorer might not be open source, but Microsoft is trying to make its successor a little more flexible to third parties. The software giant is currently building Project Spartan, a new browser that will succeed Internet Explorer in Windows 10. As part of the company’s work, it’s...
  10. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    RIP Internet Explorer (1995-2015). We Knew Ye All Too Well

    Microsoft Internet Explorer, a browser familiar to many and loved by few, passed away today after a long illness. It was 19 years old. Bowing to the inevitable, Microsoft admitted today that it had decided to remove IE from life support. (IE will, however, continue to receive tech support...
  11. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Fare Thee Well Internet Explorer

    We all knew this day would come. Late last year the rumors began about a new web browser coming from Microsoft that would be a big part of Windows 10. When Microsoft held their January event focused on the consumer features of Windows 10 this new web browser, Project Spartan, made its formal...
  12. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    Cortana and Project Spartan integration in Windows 10

    That is the last date Windows Insiders, the nearly 2.8 million people testing Windows 10, received a new build of the upcoming operating system. 40 days; 5 weeks and 5 days; 960 hours; 57,600 minutes, 3,456,000 seconds All represent the number of days since that last public build was made...