More Screenshots Of Project Spartan Web Browser Leaked, Offers Us Closer Look At The New Design

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“Project Spartan,” the next generation browser was built with greater interoperability, reliability and discoverability, with a new look and feel built just for Windows 10. It will come with advanced features including the ability to annotate by keyboard or pen directly on the webpage and easily share with friends, a reading view that is distraction free, displaying the article in a simplified layout for a great reading experience for Web articles online and offline, and the integration of Cortana for finding and doing things online faster.

Recently, a Russian blog posted lots of screenshots of Project Spartan web browser which offers a closer look at the new design. Find the screenshots below.

Project Spartan 14
The new Ask Cortana feature. It allows users to find more information about the selected word using Cortana..
Project Spartan 13
1) Reading List: Reading List allows you collect all the content which you want to visit later. You can access Reading List on your mobile phone too. 2) Favorites: I guess you guys know what it does.
Project Spartan 12
New Settings Menu – It is quiet simple for now. Experimental Features page is like about:flags in Chrome. Allows you to enable beta features.
Project Spartan 11
Tab options menu. Straight forward options which you would expect.
Project Spartan 10
The new File Menu options.
Project Spartan 9
How Project Spartan displays Secured sites and ordinary sites.
Project Spartan 8
How Project Spartan controls adapts to screen resolutions.

Microsoft will be releasing Project Spartan in the next Windows 10 Technical Preview build coming later this month.

Source: MSWin via: Pureinfotech

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