Hands on with Project Spartan, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replacement

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For all the things Windows 10 is supposed to do better than Windows 8, one of the most anticipated features in the operating system is Project Spartan, Microsoft’s soon-to-be replacement for the much maligned Internet Explorer. Though beta versions of Windows 10 have been available for a while, it wasn’t until today’s release that we’ve been able to get our hands on the browser. Keep in mind this is the first public build of Spartan, and as such there are several bugs, and performance likely doesn’t reflect the final product. Still, there are already some nifty features to look at.…

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