Back at its Windows 10 event in January, Microsoft confirmed many things that had already been rumored regarding the upcoming iteration of its operating system, including the fact that the company is going to ship a completely new web browser with it. The browser is known as Spartan and while the company has talked about it at multiple occasions, there aren’t that many photos or videos of it in action, so the video that went live today is going to interest those who have taken a liking to Microsoft’s Project Spartan.
Folks at WinBeta were able to get their hands on a build of the Spartan browser from Microsoft. They made a video which depicts Cortana integration within the web browser.
As rumored, Project Spartan really does bring Cortana inside the web browser, and allows users to accomplish a wide variety of tasks using just their voice commands.
The video shows how Cortana bounces rapidly when it has more information on an open website, it will provide opening hours and an address for retail sites, and can provide information on locations and even directions within the browser.
Microsoft has already revealed that the next preview build of Windows 10 is going to include the Spartan browser so it isn’t going to be long until the millions of people who are testing Microsoft’s new software can finally get their hands on its new web browser.