One other thing IE is good at remembering the settings I use for each of my bookmarks, such as what filtering is turned off where, so my favorite trusted sites can pay their server fees.
Update to my post(#96):
Source"Do Not Track" to be disabled by default in future Microsoft web browsers
In a blog post, Brendon Lynch, Microsoft's Chief Privacy Officer, explains that future Web browsers from Microsoft will not have "Do Not Track" off by default, allowing advertisers the ability to track where the user has been on the Web. The latest draft from the W3C states that enabling "Do Not Track" should be a "deliberate choice by the user" and "[i]n the absence of user choice, there is no tracking preference expressed."
OK but until websites (some) get updated then it means you might need more than one browser so I assume that IE will still be available even after Spartan finally is released properly.
I'm glad that the Favourites issue has already been mentioned that it's a known bug and will be fixed (can't order favourites etc - previously mentioned in people's previous posts).
As a fast browser it currently seems to do the job - I'll try NETFLIX and SKY GO over Easter --wonder how it will handle Silverlight / DRM video content.
Giving up using Spartan as default in it's present state. Looks promising but it's got the same annoying quirks IE has.
Fooling around with it is fine but, it's not workin for me.
It'll get better, (hopefully!)