Windows 10: Microsoft Spartan: One browser for all Windows 10 versions

Discus and support Microsoft Spartan: One browser for all Windows 10 versions in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; As we previously reported, Spartan is a Windows Store application, and we can confirm that it will be replacing the current Modern version of IE that... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Jan 11, 2015.

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    Brink New Member

    Microsoft Spartan: One browser for all Windows 10 versions


    Read more: Microsoft Spartan: One browser for all versions of Windows 10 - Neowin
     
    Brink, Jan 11, 2015
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  2. ThrashZone Win User

    Nice last paragraph on the article *Smile
    If history serves every version need a year to mature that will take it well past 10 release before prime time is viable
    ie11 in win-7 still is weird as heck.

    There's a difference in supporting flash and making it where it's not easily removable *Tongue

    :)
     
    ThrashZone, Jan 11, 2015
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  3. susanconn Win User
    windows 10

    I have one more question is the new browser in windows 10 Spartan or edge ..one microsoft agent said Spartan and the other said edge so im confused
     
    susanconn, Jan 11, 2015
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  4. ZigZag3143 (MS -MVP) Win User

    Microsoft Spartan: One browser for all Windows 10 versions

    Will Windows 10 have Internet Explorer?

    IE is still included in windows 10 BUT it is being retired and replaced with project spartan. Spartan is set to be the default browser in win 10 and it can import all of IE's favs bookmarks, etc.

    I suspect there will be some gowning pains in getting used to Spartan.
     
    ZigZag3143 (MS -MVP), Jan 11, 2015
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  5. Edwin New Member
    I can't seem to find any further info on this 'Digital Inking' feature coming to the new Spartan browser, anybody read anything about it?
     
    Edwin, Jan 12, 2015
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  6. davehc Win User
    The Inking feature has been mentioned in a few of the items. But apart from saying what it is, none are very descriptive. Like this one:

    Windows 10
     
    davehc, Jan 12, 2015
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  7. Edwin New Member
    I wonder if it's going to be kind of like a digital signing feature as with Adobe or merely a screenshot sharing type of feature.
     
    Edwin, Apr 4, 2018
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