We knew that Internet Explorer was dead.

We knew a successor was coming.

We just didn’t know the official name, beyond the “Project Spartan” placeholder.

Now we do: Microsoft’s new browser is called Microsoft Edge.

Just announced at the company’s build conference, Edge will be the primary/default browser built into Windows 10.

Details are still light on of what’s unique to Edge, but here’s what we know:

  1. It has built-in Cortana support.
  2. It has built-in reader, note-taking and sharing features.
  3. The design focuses on simplicity and minimalism.
  4. The rendering engine is called EdgeHTML.

Find out the Demo Screen Shots: