The time of the Internet Explorer is coming to an end. Microsoft’s venerable browser has held off all challengers, even down to modern strugglers like Firefox and Google Chrome, but it’s got a lot of baggage to the name, some good, but mostly bad. It’s that bad noise that comes along with the name that is causing Microsoft to scrap one of it’s best-known products. It’s a new world out there, and with a new world comes new requirements and a new centerpiece web browser. Microsoft’s new browser, Project Spartan, is now ready for testing.
Of course, if you want to test spartan, you need to also test Windows 10, but since it’s free, why not? If you’re already testing an experimental build of an OS, go ahead and add onto it with an experimental browser. It’s Microsoft’s next-gen replacement for Internet Explorer, after all, so may as well get your hands dirty. It’s all designed to be faster, run cleaner, and make sharing that much easier, as well as to allow people to write notes directly onto websites. So yeah, it sounds pretty cool.Technorati Tags: internet, internet browsers, internet explorer replacement, microsoft, project spartan, project spartan now available for testing, web browsers