INSTALLING PROJECT SPARTAN BROWSER IN WINDOWS

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Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 update includes the new Project Spartan web browser. It was released for testing to the public and the latest advertisements that we have all been waiting for- the replacement for Internet Explorer.

‘Project Spartan’ promises a much speedier web browsing experience than Internet Explorer and includes a host of things not found in other browsers. It will be like in the next version of Windows, here’s how:-

Step: 1- Check Our Version Of Windows 10.As we are running with a virtual PC, an app like “Virtual Box”, the first thing to do is run Windows Update. Project Spartan is part of the latest ‘build’ 10049- look in the bottom-right corner of Windows 10 Desktop to see which build you are currently using.

Step: 2- Run Windows Update.We will need to run Windows Update to get it. Type “Windows Update” in the taskbar search box and select “Windows Update” from the list of results.

Step: 3- Change Windows Update’s Advanced Settings.When Windows Update launches, it may start downloading the latest updates automatically, so leave it and click “Advanced” option.

Step: 4- Download The Latest Windows 10 Build.The latest Windows 10 build hasn’t been widely released yet, to get it, select “Fast” option from the drop-down list for “Choose how preview builds are installed”. Press the “Back” button at the top-left of the advanced options window to return to the main Windows Update window.

Step: 5- Install The Latest Version Of Windows 10.Click the “Check for Updates” button and the latest Windows 10 build- “fbl_ impressive 10049 Professional”- should start downloading. And, have to restart Windows 10 to complete the update process.

Step: 6- Launch Project Spartan.When build 10049 has been installed, check the build number at the bottom-right of the Desktop and then launch Project Spartan by clicking its button on the Taskbar.

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Step: 7- Create A Web Note.Web Note lets we draw and type on any web page – activate it by clicking the “Pen” button on the Toolbar and then use the “Annotation” buttons at the top – left of the window. Save the page, annotated or not, in the “New Reading” list for latest reference or share it with others by clicking the “Share” button.

Step: 8- Activate Reading Mode.Project Spartan’s Reading View mode makes web pages much easier to read by removing unwanted clutter. To use it, click the “Book” button to the right of the address bar to activate it. Click it again to deactivate it.

Step: 9- Use The Cortana Digital Assistant.Microsoft’s “Cortana digital assistant” now works in the UK. So, when we click the “Search” box for the first time and will be asked if we want to activate it. It hasn’t yet been activated for use within Project Spartan yet, we’ll have to wait for a later update for that. We can still use it voice- control with Windows 10.

Project Spartan works just like Internet Explorer in its other respects, so click around and see what else we can find.

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