Not long after Microsoft officially announced Spartan, its next-gen browser for Windows 10, the company has already shared some insight into what the browser is designed to be, and how it works under the hood.
Microsoft also seems to have gotten very serious about Universal Apps in order to increase user familiarity with apps and services in Windows 10 across devices; the company has also confirmed that its new browser will also be a Universal App. It will share the same underlying code and even the same UI elements. What you see is below is what Project Spartan currently looks like running on a smartphone in both light and dark themes.
Keep in mind that Project Spartan is still in its early stages, so a lot may change in terms of the UI as it nears launch. In fact, that’s almost sure considering the changes to Windows that Microsoft has already implemented from Insider feedback.
Stay tuned to WinBeta for more on Project Spartan and Windows 10.Further reading: Microsoft, Mobile, Project Spartan, smartphone, Windows 10