We all know that Microsoft is working on a new web browser codenamed ‘Spartan’ that will be coming as part of Windows 10. Yesterday, BGR claimed some features that will be coming in Spartan browser. They reported that Spartan will feature a minimalistic design, featuring clear, straightforward and clutter-free UI elements. Microsoft assigned a special team to work on Spartan’s design in September and the early UI version of the looked like the below image. And Spartan will allow users to speak entire voice commands such as “add to favorites, “make that my home homepage,” or “go to Facebook.com.”
Today, Neowin released some actual UI image of the upcoming Spartan browser. The above image in the mockup of the Spartan web browser UI. As you can see from the image, the tabs are now at the top similar to Firefox and Chrome. You have got back, forward, refresh, reading list, sharing and favorites buttons. Here is the blurry image of the actual UI.