Internet Explorer May Be Replaced By A New Web Browser
News just in is that Microsoft Internet Explorer May Be Replaced By A New Web Browser. According to a recent report the company’s Windows 10 operating system will be launched with a brand new web browser that has been given the code name Spartan.
ZDNet have recently reported that Microsoft’s new browser will mean the end for Internet Explorer which has seen it’s popularity slide in recent years as the like of Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari along with Mozilla Firefox gained chunks of the market share. Apparently the new browser will be similar to it’s competitors browsers with a more simplified design and appearance.
In the past Internet Explorer was the dominant force with over 90% of web traffic PC’s and Laptops coming through Microsoft’s browser. That has apparently now dropped to less than 60% which is a big loss of the market share. On mobile devices it has only a 2% share.
The new browser Spartan for Windows 10 has been designed to try and conquer certain areas so it will be effective on a number of devices and won’t just be targeting desktop computers and laptops but will be made available on phones and tablets too.