New Leaked screenshot shows the Microsoft’s Spartan browser in its glory and Windows 10 in black theme/icons

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We have been seeing a lot of news and rumors about the new browser by Microsoft which would be added in the Windows 10. Codenamed Spartan, this new browser will get simplified interface along with annotations support for webpages, Cortana integration and grouped tabs. Now, new screenshot has appeared showing the Microsoft Spartan browser clearly.

Windows 10 Spartan browser by Microsoft

We recently saw the blurred images and mockup of Spartan browser from Windows 10 and now, the actual screenshots have appeared, courtesy of CNBeta, showing the Microsoft Spartan browser in its full glory.

Just like previous images, the interface is quite simple with the tabs bar on top and back, forward and refresh button on left side of address bar. The right shows the favorites, reading mode, share and settings buttons while the rest of the browser doesn’t have anything on it.

The screenshot also confirms early report of edge-to-edge webpage view in Spartan where no edges would be present on the either sides of this new browser by Microsoft.

More color options for accent and other things including light theme in Windows 10

Another new thing spotted in the leaked screenshot is the new black theme of Windows 10 where the elements on taskbar are now in black and white which seems to be a theme. New icons can be seen for File Explorer, Music and volume control in notifications center.

The Verge reports that Microsoft will add a couple of new theme color options in the Windows 10 similar to the Windows Phone 8.1 where users can select from a handful of colors to be used on accent and different elements. Light theme would also be present in the options of Windows 10 which means you will be able to get rid of that black color.

The things seen in the above screenshots can different in the final version of Windows 10 by Microsoft but, it seems that the Spartan will be remain the same till January 21, 2015 event where the software giant will unveil the Windows 10 on PC’s, tablets and on phone.

Via: The Verge

Image source: CNBeta

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