Microsoft planning to 'kill' Internet Explorer on Windows 10

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After the unexpected announcement of the Windows 10, without the announcement of version 9, Microsoft have another unexpected big thing for its users. Soon Microsoft is going to kill its 20 years old browser Internet Explorer. 

As Microsoft latest version of the windows i.e Windows 10 which is going to release till middle of 2015 will may not have Internet Explorer. According to the ZDNet report, Microsoft is going to change the whole look and function of its browsers (introducing totally new browser).

One of the Microsoft Student Partner lead and developer of the modern version of VLC, Thomas Nigro have hinted about the Microsoft new browser via tweets. He tweeted -"Ok so Microsoft is about to launch a new browser that's not Internet Explorer and will be the default browser in Windows 10,"

Thomas have mentioned that Microsoft new browser will be names a "Spartan". This latest browser will be fast and light weight and supports extension but it is not a Internet Explorer 12. Spartan is an entirely new browser that will use Microsoft's Chakra JavaScript engine and Trident rendering engine (as opposed to WebKit). But Internet Explorer isn't going away completely.

According to ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, Windows 10 will have both browser IE and Spartan. It is not confirmed whether Spartan will be portable on non-Windows systems, such as Android, iOS, or OS X, But the new browser will be available for both desktop and mobile devices running Windows 10.

Microsoft have not commented anything related to new browser, but company may hints out or announced the some points on the new browser at the upcoming press event n Jan. 21 in the company's hometown of Redmond, Washington,

So till that we have to wait and on the press event many Microsoft will release more information about the Windows 10. 
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