Microsoft first revealed that Internet Explorer was to be replaced by a new browser—codenamed Spartan—back in January. Now, a new leaked video reveals what it will look like.
This video has been put together by Windows site WinBeta. The site claims to have obtained a copy of Project Spartan and created a video demo. In particular, it shows off the Cortana features—providing extra information from detected sites (such as an address and opening hours in this example), directions, weather integration and plenty more. It looks neat; really neat. Microsoft has announces that the new browser will be included in the next preview of Windows 10, which is expected to arrive some time this month. [WinBeta via Verge]