Upcoming Internet Explorer successor image leaked

Upcoming Internet Explorer successor image leaked

Microsoft is reportedly working on a new browser to replace its native Windows Internet Explorer. Will IE soon say goodbye? Maybe not yet.

Above is a leaked screenshot of project Spartan, a newborn browser for the upcoming Windows 10, taken last November 2014. While it doesn’t look like much, it is nice to see a very minimal approach except for the icons. We sure hope it will change with the recent versions. Word has it that Spartan was born September of last year with a particular team working on it.


Voice commands, probably by Cortana, will be supported in the app such as “add to favorites”, “make that my homepage”, and “go to Facebook.com”. Looking forward for updates regarding this one. We’ll keep you guys updated.

Source: BGR
Via: GSMArena

This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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13 Responses

  1. sham says:

    Ugly… noooooooo.

  2. Tony says:

    Microsoft never catch up with google in software. Google chrome, android things such as google voice search, etc., and android os with its very nice material design. But sa microsoft? Windows 7 lang ata ang alam kong best nila and the rest, namaalam na. IE, windows live messenger. Even in smartphone or mobile industry, talo pa rin ang microsoft.

    • jett says:

      Alam mo bang ginaya lang ng Google mo Yung material design Sa metro/modern design Ng Mictosoft for Zune/windows phone/ Windows 8?

    • ignoramus says:

      gaga. you’re looking at the wrong competition. mobile was never their forté.

  3. Steve Jobs says:

    what the… there are tons of microsoft software… workstations os , desktop os… server os.. sa mga database at etc.. pa

  4. Marco I says:

    Come on YugaTech. This is fake. Don’t be a dumb.

  5. Ex-Alodian Knight says:

    I love the four basil leaves in that screenshot. kek.

  6. karets says:

    Ms best days are over,

    Gone are those corporate edition, professional edition, activation, etc.


    Patay na kabayo!

    Sugapa pays off!

  7. archie says:

    Kiddie laptop sa Toy Kingdom na ba ang market nila? Bumalik yata sa 1990s ang head designer ng Windows internet division.

  8. Dave says:

    It’s never been okay to bash an upcoming product until you get to use it. The fact that most computers in world still uses MS is an understatement that it’s still relevant. I know that you know that you learned to use computers because of their OS and even right now,some of you are using one and will still use it in the near future, not because there are no other options but it’s a necessity.

    • eric jay says:

      Yeah right! And one thing is for sure, that screenshot was taken last november and they must have improved its ui then. There are developmental stages, right? Alpha, Beta etc. And its a leak. Much would have changed prolly by the time they would release it.

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