So it seems like the rumors comes on the right path as Microsoft officially announced the implementation of the new Browser in Windows 10 code-named Spartan.

Although Windows 10 will continue to provide the IE browser (not confirmed), it is estimated that there will be no major update, because there will be a new browser talking about the Project Spartan still using the Microsoft Charkra JavaScrip engine and Trident rendering engine, it will be the similar modus operandi Chrome and FireFox and also support the installation of extensions.

Spartan would feature a bevy of new features not found in either Internet Explorer or the browsers it competes with. Chief among those new features is new inking support that lets users annotate web pages and sync all of those notes to OneDrive and share them with collaborators.

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