When Windows 10 ships this summer, it will include a new default web browser: Microsoft Edge. The new browser replaces its predecessor, Internet Explorer, with a completely revamped user interface and rendering engine. The Edge browser (still labeled with its codename, Project Spartan, and still far from finished) is available today in preview releases of Windows 10, as shown in Figure A.

Figure A

Figure A

That doesn't look much like Internet Explorer, does it? Nor does it work much like Internet Explorer.

In Windows 10, Internet Explorer 11 will still be available, primarily for business customers who need its feature set for compatibility with old line ...

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