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  1. It seems that our friends at M$ are finally giving up on IE and it's horrid reputation among most old time users and many web designers. It seems that IE will still exist to some extent for Enterprise usage, but that M$ is working on a second, at this time, un-named browser. Known as Project Spartan, this will be a second browser shipping with Win 10 and eventually replacing IE completely. Now they just need a really nifty name for it. Microsoft officially announces Project Spartan, its new web browser for Windows 10 Microsoft reveals Windows 10 will ship with two browsers As for me... I still think IE will remain around like a zombie long after it is declared dead and eating the brains of web designers across the planet as it refuses to die as I said IE 6 would. That said... M$ did make a cute video about folks like me. (Only I do admit that IE improved allot in recent years, not enough for me to like or use it, but better.)
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