Goodbye Internet Explorer

After years of suffering from a negative image, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer brand will finally close its (virtual and physical) doors. The company’s chief marketing officer Chris Capossela announced the news at the recent Microsoft Convergence conference, noting that a new browser is in the works and that it’s been given the codename “Project Spartan.” While Internet Explorer may linger for a while due to enterprise compatibility, “Project Spartan” will become the primary pathway for Windows 10 users to browse the web.