By Emily Bommer
Internet Explorer just “can’t keep up!”
One of the earlier and most popular web browsers has become very slow and outdated. Owned by Microsoft, Internet Explorer is about to be replaced with a newer and faster browser, Project Spartan. The Internet Explorer browser was once a very strong and dominant force in the stock market, but because of Google, Firefox, Safari, and newer browsers, Internet Explorer isn’t making the money that it once was.
Spartan will be the new default browser for all Windows 10 customers. “On Windows 10, Project Spartan will host our new engine exclusively,” says Kyle Pflug, Microsoft’s Project Spartan program manager.
Microsoft’s future is all about Spartan, but Internet Explorer had a good run while it lasted.