Microsoft has officially confirmed the name for its new web browser, and it’s called Microsoft Edge.
The browser is due to be officially unveiled on Windows 10, when the new operating system eventually launches in late July.
We’ve already seen the new browser quite extensively, although it was revealed under its codename ‘Project Spartan’ until now.
Speaking at the Build 2015 developer conference, Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Corporate VP of operating systems, announced the new branding.
The OS lead confirmed that Microsoft Edge ‘will be available on the widest range of Windows 10 devices’.
Microsoft Edge is set to be a slicker, more refined successor to Internet Explorer, and will launch as the default browser on Windows 10.
“It is a browser than end users will think about for getting things done,” Belfiore said, speaking at the company’s annual developer conference.
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The browser comes with a host of new features, including web-page doodling, live tab previews, and, most excitingly, Cortana integration.
This integration means that Microsoft Edge can learn ‘the things you care about and [help] you get things done’, Belfiore explained.
Amusingly, the Microsoft Edge browser also uses an ‘E’ icon for the taskbar, just like Internet Explorer. However, Belfiore said this has a ‘completely different and better meaning than it has for a while’.