Microsoft, which is expected to release the Windows 10 operating system in fall 2015, has confirmed it would release a newer version of the Windows 10 Preview, which will be integrated with its web browser called Project Spartan.
According to a Neowin report, an official confirmation was issued by the Redmond-based company at the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015). In the statement, the IT giant conformed that iconic Internet Explorer will make way for Project Spartan in the next Windows 10 beta version.
Earlier, it was reported that the Spartan web browser would be incorporated within Windows 10, along with a new version of Internet Explorer. However, this is not likely to happen now.
Spartan and Cortana integrated
According to another report, Microsoft's personal digital assistant (PDA) Cortana will be integrated into Spartan, thus enabling users to know about a flight's status instantly, just by typing generic terms in the address bar.
Additionally, a list of all flights along with details about seat availability would also reflect on your screen. This aspect, would be the USP of the Spartan web browser.
It is also likely to possess the web note functionality, which would be driven by Microsoft's OneDrive cloud service. However, further details on how the new service would work are yet to surface.
Moreover, Spartan is expected to eliminate the cluttered browsing interface experience. The new feature will allow users group tabs based on the work they are doing into one, without disturbing tabs opened for personal browsing.