• While Internet Explorer will still exist on Windows 10 for compatibility purposes, it will take a back seat to the new browser.
  • The browser’s user share has suffered in recent years thanks to stiff competition from Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, and Apple’s Safari browsers, and Dean Hachamovitch, the longtime manager of the Internet Explorer team, left the company in December.
  • The announcement that Project Spartan won’t be an Internet Explorer browser is Microsoft’s ultimate admission of failure in its efforts to change Internet Explorer’s image.

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