Microsoft plan to package the Spartan browser with its new Window 10 operating system. This radical overhaul will include new features not found in other competing web browsers. The Windows 10 browser allows users to annotate a web page with a stylus and send the notes and annotations to a friend or colleague. The web note service will be powered by Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage, meaning notes will be stored on a copy of a web page that can be accessed by any browser across multiple platforms. As annotations are shared, multiple users can doodle on a web page and share edits and annotations between groups. Other features include Microsoft Cortana integration and the ability to group tabs for better organization.
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These days we are given a wide variety of web browsers to view our favorite websites on:
- Internet Explorer,
- Firefox, and
- Chrome being the top three, are the most used at this time.
Many people tend to pick one and use it, but there is no rule in place saying you have to!
While it is true that some applications and sites do perform better with specific browsers, the vast majority of the web is perfectly usable with any browser. Why use just one?
If you want to download material try Firefox, which touts itself as faster, and more secure from computer viruses than Internet explorer. Want a browser that is lightning fast? Give Chrome a shot! If you want pretty, there is always Internet explorer which has invested quite a bit to be the best looking of the browsers available.
If you ask around, you’ll find a wide variety of opinions, from surfers and local PC technicians as to what they prefer and why; but one thing is certain, you are free to use one or all of the browsers out there to surf the web.