Microsoft will replace Internet Explorer with new browser

Microsoft-CorporationMicrosoft is developing a new, streamlined web browser in order to replace Internet Explorer, in an apparent attempt to move towards other popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox, according to reports.

In the past the company has considered changing the name to separate the current browser from “negative perceptions that no long reflect reality”, according to developers.

The browser, codenamed Spartan, is set to be shown off on January 21st when Microsoft demonstrates its new Windows 10 operating system, according to people close to the company.

But it might not be ready for release when the early version of the software launches the same month.

The Independent

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