Like video killed the radio star, Web evolution killed Internet Explorer. Microsoft Marketing Chief Chris Capossela announced that the popular software company would be putting its original web browser to out to pasture.
Microsoft has developed a new, unnamed browser that is currently being referred to as Project Spartan, to take the spot of the default Web browser on the future releases of Windows software. IE will still exist in some versions of Windows 10, but will not be the designated browser the way it has been on previous versions of Windows. It will mainly be available for users who require legacy browser support.
Though this may not be the end of IE, this sure is the beginning of one. Many people think this has been a long time coming and we agree. Robmark Web is looking forward to what Project Spartan has in store for Web users and we are waiting to see if this will be the one-two punch that chomps into Google’s browser market share.