Christina Warren says, “Last week, word leaked that Microsoft is hard at work on a new web browser for Windows 10and that it is not going to be Internet Explorer. More details of that project — codenamedSpartan — started to eke out Thursday.

Tom Warren at The Verge, citing sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans, says that Spartan will have a host of new features, many of which aren’t found in other browsers.

Warren says that the chief feature is support for new “inking support” that will allow Windows 10 users to annotate a web page with notes or diagrams and then send those annotations to others. The feature would be powered by Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud platform”.

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