Project Spartan Becomes Microsoft Edge, New Icon + Video

By | April 30, 2015 | 2 Comments


Project Spartan Becomes Microsoft Edge, New Icon + VideoIt’s official.

Yesterday, during its annual developers conference (Build 2015), Microsoft has revealed that (unfortunately) they won’t name Internet Explorer successor Spartan. Instead the team has decided to call the new browser under its rendering engine name: Microsoft Edge.

In addition to that, the new icon has been revealed and boy does it look familiar…

Lastly, a promo video has been posted so here it is:

And here you have it, folks, after months and months of waiting, we finally got the name.

What do you think about both the new icon and the name?

[Via: Twitter]


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  1. F. Valery says:

    “Guys, let us distant ourselves from the Internet Explorer… But we will keep the “e” to remind people of Internet Explorer.”

  2. Guest says:

    The icon is too similar to the IE logo I think. The rest of it will probably be good though (I haven’t tried it for myself yet)

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