Microsoft to divide separate teams for IE and Spartan Browser

Microsoft to divide separate teams for IE and Spartan Browser
Microsoft is splitting the development of Internet Explorer into two groups.
  • Group one will be dealing with the current internet explorer as is, upgrading it in a similar fashion to how they are now.
  • Group two will be working on a project named 'Spartan', which is there attempt at cutting out all of the legacy code and crap, while making it a faster, better user experience.
Again, Internet Explorer isn't being killed of, they will just have a 'better' browser experiment. Frankly I'm really hopeful for Spartan. Chrome used to be the lightweight and fast browser but it's turned into a memory whoring clunky program. 

With Microsoft's recent strides to being service oriented and user friendly, I have full faith in them.
Microsoft to divide separate teams for IE and Spartan Browser Microsoft to divide separate teams for IE and Spartan Browser Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on March 17, 2015 Rating: 5
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