A new report claims that it has obtained an early image of Microsoft's rumored new web browser for Windows 10, code-named "Spartan", along with some new information on the browser itself.
The image leak and info comes from BGR, which claims it received the screenshot of the browser from an unnamed source. The screenshot itself is supposed to be of the second version of Spartan, with BGR stating that the browser's development team has since moved onto a newer versions of the application. The leaked image does jib with earlier reports that Spartan will have a flatter user interface, similar to Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox browsers.
Microsoft has yet to confirm this new or any of the previous online reports about "Spartan". One rumor claims that the desktop version of Windows 10 could ship with both Spartan and the current Internet Explorer 11 for better backwards compatibility with older websites. Microsoft will hold a major press event at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington on January 21 to reveal more about its plans for Windows 10, which is expected to be released in its final form in late 2015.
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