Project Spartan is the internal codename given to the new web browser by Microsoft team. Today Microsoft officially unveiled the new browser in action for the very first times in the Windows 10 media briefing.
The event kicked off with an introduction by OS Executive Vice president Terry Myerson followed by the demos of windows 10, continuum, hybrid apps running on PC along with mobile as well as tablet, Cortana for pc.
1. Tabs: The redesigned UI comes with 2 views for tabs: Detailed as well as a compact view. The detailed view shows the screenshot of the webpage. However the compact view gives more reading space.
2. Edit and Share: This is the first web browser ever to feature inbuilt annotations that allows users to take notes using the pen tool or keyboard and share them to your friends and family.
3. Modern Websites: Spartan gives a better and faster viewing experience to modern website. It also has the backward compatibility view for the older websites.
4. Reading Mode: The web browser has a reading mode, same as they have in the Windows Phone browser which lets us to read the web page in distraction free mode. Reading list is built in the browser so that you can save the webpage for later viewing.