If Microsoft does a lot of things with Spartan (like Internet Explorer) where developers have to write special code for it. I think it may be a hard sell. We will see.
So, Windows 10 will have 2 different browsers? It is completely logical to me????
I don't follow why they need 2 browsers. Any machine that currently has IE installed will work. You can download and install IE on any windows machine except for IE11 which you need 8 or above. If people wish to use IE they can install it.
To me, this makes it seem that Spartan is nothing more than a gimmick product, and anyone using Windows 10, is the guinea pig. If it doesn't work out, than they will drop it. IMHO.
As for Windows's 10 (since you are speaking for me), you are correct, there is not a whole lot I have found I am fond of (thus far). I am trying to keep an open mind, about it, however, testing is my own choice, and my thoughts are my own, and I only express what I think. Wouldn't it be a dull world if everyone were exactly alike?
Who knows maybe one of my non-pro comments, might have a positive result on the Windows 10 end product. I thought that was what the Windows 10 preview was all about "Feedback".
MS is playing catch up to the other browsers
DailyTech - Windows 10's "Spartan" IE11 Variant Will Get Firefox/Chrome-Like Extensions
Last edited by Slartybart; 04 Mar 2015 at 18:21. Reason: add html5test & WebPagetest
Cloneware is not new look at Firefox user base has dropped since the change
I agree with you.
The reason is Firefox doesn't look right on mobile devices from what I read online. However, Firefox has started to improve the mobile version and is getting better but still not up to par according to what I read online. Google Chrome browser works better on mobile devices according to what I read online. Of course this is just people opinions.