Many would be surprised to find out that there are still a whole lot of people who use Internet Explorer as their default browser. Despite the fact that the web browser has been getting under a serious mockery on the internet for years, some users can easily get away with all the speed troubles and errors related to Internet Explorer, no matter whether the online experiences transform into annoying situations. But Microsoft has finally decided to let go of Internet Explorer once Windows 10 is released, which is planned to happen this summer. Even if Microsoft handled a huge ad campaign for the recovery of the Internet Explorer brand, the old browser will be replaced by a faster program.
According to the details revealed by Microsoft, the „Spartan” browser will support Chrome extensions and will be able to operate with mobile devices, like smartphones or tablets. Also, another positive fact is that the new web browser is not limited only to Windows phone, but will be available for Android and iOS devices by the end of the year. Windows 10 is shaping up to be even better than many would have thought when the rumor was still saying Windows 9.