Russian blog MSWin has posted an early review of the upcoming Spartan browser for Windows 10. Though it isn't clear which build of Windows 10 the browser is from, the review does provide some screenshots of the browser in action, along with some UI and settings details we haven't seen before.
First up is the settings pane, which, right now, looks a little bare. Users are presented with options to show the favorites bar, detect phone numbers, and enable the SmartScreen filter. Additionally, there are some options for changing the style and font size for the browser's reading view.
The above image is fairly self-explanatory, but it gives a rundown of the various settings provided in context menus for tabs. Note that, at the moment, some options are grayed out and shown as not available. However, this is an early build, so some features are expected to be missing or partially implemented.
Finally, there's a slight peek at Cortana integration in Project Spartan. The image above shows that users can highlight a particular word, right click it, then ask Cortana to provide more information.
Keep in mind that this is a very early look at Project Spartan, and many features can, and will, come and go before its official release with Windows 10 later this year. However, if you're intrigued, you can check out much, much more at MSWin from the source link below.