Here are some interesting info about Spartan from today's Internet Explorer Dev Chat Q&A Session

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The Internet Explorer team at Microsoft today held a Q&A Session on Twitter where they answered hundreds of questions from users about Project Spartan. Here are some of the interesting ones:

Internet Explorer won’t be pinned on the taskbar by default

CTRL+R shortcut to refresh webpages will come with Spartan

Spartan will offer tailored experience across different devices

Microsoft to shift focus to Spartan in terms of updates, IE will get security updates only

Live Tiles on Spartan will be supported

As expected, Spartan won’t come to Windows 7

Microsoft will “continue to invest” in updating F12 Developer Tools on Spartan

What will Microsoft call Project Spartan?

More details on Extension support will be revealed soon

We’ll be updating this article if there is any more interesting questions.  For now, what do you think about the above answers? Discuss in the comment section below.

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