The Spartan Browser introduced by Microsoft is Windows 10’s new lightweight browser which will be able to use Chrome extensions — allowing developers to create one add-on that can be used across browsers.
The new browser was rumored at the end of last month. It is said to be a stripped down and light browser, more like Google’s Chrome than Internet Explorer. And it might have more than its look in common with Chrome, according to reports today. When the browser is revealed at Microsoft event later today it will be able to use Chrome’s extensions.
That is likely to help developers who are already pleased with the announcement of Microsoft’s new browser which is likely to be a success. While the Internet Explorer is used by a large proportion of internet users, the application is now old and often slow plagued with issues. This makes it hard for developers of apps and websites who have to work extra hard to make their products work with it.