Project Spartan is no more. Well, in name, at least. During day one of Build 2015 Microsoft finally announced the true and proper name for its all new web browser for Windows 10. And that'd be Microsoft Edge.
Project Spartan had a lot of supporters when it came to its name. The Halo connection coupled with its assistant, Cortana, seemed like a great match. Microsoft decided otherwise and here we are. But what do you think of it?
Is it razor sharp? Or a massive let down? Personally, I don't mind it, but I wouldn't say I love it. Ultimately, how it performs is more important than the name, but still. What do you think? Drop a vote in the poll and your thoughts in the comments below!
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