Some decidedly more crisp images of the rumored successor to Internet Explorer have surfaced, showcasing a dark theme and a glimpse at the Windows 10 interface. Spartan's layout lines up with what we've seen before: bare-bones, with easy access to share and reading mode buttons to the right of the address bar, and Cortana integration.
The new shots don't show anything of the supposed cloud-shared markup capabilities the browser is said to host, but there's still time for more leaks and changes before public availability.
The dark theme of the browser ties in really nicely with the taskbar along the bottom. What do you guys think of the new look in Spartan? Anything in particular you'd like to see from a next-generation Microsoft web browser?