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Windows 10 will replace Internet Explorer

Windows 10 will replace Internet Explorer
Microsoft / Windows 10

It's the end of the world as we know it, but Microsoft is feeling fine. About the latest browser to hit the market, that is.

It seems that Microsoft is pushing out a brand new Web browser - not just an update to Internet Explorer. And it could mean the imminent demise of IE as we know it.

Microsoft's new browser, codenamed "Spartan," is set to take over for Internet Explorer with the release of Windows 10. Spartan is rumored to look like Firefox and Chrome and do a better job of supporting browser add-ons and extensions.

Spartan is also supposed to fulfill the promise that all Microsoft apps will work on all of your gadgets, like your phone, your tablet, your Xbox and now your desktop. But what will happen to Internet Explorer?

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