Microsoft hearing Project Spartan design complaints, may fix UX issues before RTM


Microsoft recently revealed Project Spartan, it’s upcoming browser for Windows 10. The browser is already available to Windows Insiders for their computer.¬†Unfortunately though, Spartan isn’t available for Windows 10 for Phones just yet. However, we’ve already seen Spartan running on Windows 10 for Phones.

Spartan on Windows 10 for Phones looks pretty nice, however, users aren’t happy with the address bar placement. From what we’ve seen on the leaks, the address bar on Spartan for WP10 is on the top, which is not user-friendly and hard to access on devices with large displays.

Yesterday, on the IE Dev Chat Q&A session, a user asked if the address bar will stay on the top and Microsoft stated that the design isn’t final and that the company sees every bit of feedback on this very “hot topic”:

Of course, the above tweet doesn’t confirm if the address bar will move to the bottom on Spartan for WP10. However, as we’ve seen so far, Microsoft has been focusing on feedback and may remove the address bar to the bottom based on the user feedbacks.

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