There’s a new report making its rounds in the blogosphere that Windows 10 will reportedly have two different web browsers for desktop users when it is released in the fall of 2015. And we’re not talking about the downloadable Firefox, Opera, or Chrome browsers either.
Obviously, we can expect Internet Explorer will be one of the two browsers, but apparently it won’t be the only Microsoft browser under the hood of the new OS if reports from Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet are any indication. There will also be a brand newer browser that is currently being developed under the code name “Spartan” (if you don’t understand the reference, see this post).
The browsers will, predictably, be available not only for Windows 10 on the PC and tablet but also for Windows 10 for Phones.
As for when we’ll be able to actually see the new browser in action, we’ll reportedly get our chance to view it with the release of the Windows 10 January Tech Preview update, though we could also see the browser make an appearance at Microsoft’s Windows 10 media event on January 21.
Are you looking forward to using browser extensions on your Windows Phone?