Finally, the tortoise is about to get a rest! After years of complains from users about speed and bug ridden Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the company has announced that the veteran web browser is going to be replaced by a faster and stable internet browser later this year.
The much anticipated Windows 10 which is expected to be launched sometime this year will come loaded with a new web browser, now in its initial stages according to Microsoft’s marketing chief, Chris Capossella.
Currently, Microsoft is looking for a name for the new web browser, now codenamed Project Spartan, to replace the aging the Internet Explorer.
The software company also revealed that it will not phase out its slow browser now running on windows platform because it wants users to choose between the two and decide what to go for.
Among the current four leading web browsers namely, Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, Apple’s Safari and the Microsoft’s IE, it is only IE that has issues with usability and efficiency. This is one reason why many people prefer to use other web browsers that are more secure and efficient to avoid unexpected outcomes.
Personally, I do not understand why Microsoft has in years been supporting ‘the best web browser in downloading a better browser.’ It has always been like this to me because I just can’t stand waiting for the internet browser to load what I request for.
Microsoft had that option for years since they launched there quick search engine— Bing, but they just never implemented what should have been the better option to stop windows users from running for other internet browsers.
With retirement of IE, I guess the company is moving away from the 19th to 21st century swift and stable software technology fit for the current generation.
Yes! I know you are happy that the tortoise will be replaced in Windows 10 scheduled to be launched later this year. What to do is to wait!