So, now that all of the dust behind the fanfare that is Windows 10 has settled, what do you think of it? So far, initial impressions have been nothing but full of praise and bouquets, as this potentially unifying operating system does seem to make life a whole lot more convenient, especially when one has to contend with so many different platforms these days. Having said that, we were not treated to what Project Spartan, the browser that will see off Internet Explorer after all these years, would look like when it runs on a smartphone – not at least until now, as you will be able to see for yourself on the right.
The new browser, as expected, would feature a clean, flat user interface, which does seem to be able to support dark as well as light themes. Hopefully when our fingers get to dance around with Project Spartan’s settings, this means we will be play around with either theme without missing a beat. Developed to be a single browser for all Windows 10 devices, ranging from PCs (it does not matter whether those machines will have touch capability or not) to tablets and smartphones, we simply cannot wait for Project Spartan to, you know, know out whatever competitors there are in the market right now. [Press Release]