March 17, 2015
The Internet Explorer brand is about to disappear for good. This has been assured by Chris Capossela, Microsoft’s marketing chief, who confirmed yesterday what was already an open secret, Project Spartan will be the successor to an Internet Explorer that will disappear in the final versions of Windows 10, except perhaps those aimed at companies to maintain compatibility.
In addition, Capossela also confirmed that those of Redmond are already working on finding an attractive and definitive name for their new browser, which despite everything in the beginning will continue to use some of the components of its predecessor, such as the rendering engine. Trident.
via Microsoft confirms the final goodbye of Internet Explorer.
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