Internet Explorer's replacement said to feature Cortana integration, support for stylus annotation

Shawn Knight

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Microsoft's Windows 10 media event is still a couple of weeks away - plenty of time for the Internet to speculate as to what might be shown at the company's Redmond campus on January 21.

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So MS could spy aka gath data for statistics on WP devices more efficient?
 
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RustyTech

"One of the most anticipated new features of Windows 10 is a new web browser codenamed Spartan."

In my personal opinion, the most anticipated feature is the return of usability; and a seamless ability not to onedrive - but rather have a local machine.
 

Matt12345170

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"One of the most anticipated new features of Windows 10 is a new web browser codenamed Spartan."

In my personal opinion, the most anticipated feature is the return of usability; and a seamless ability not to onedrive - but rather have a local machine.
I don't understand. You have been able to do that this whole time.

Referring to the local machine. You don't have to connect a Microsoft Account.
 

ddg4005

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Sounds interesting so far, especially the integration of Cortana into the browser. Does this mean that when searching for porn sites Cortana will call out the name (had to ask)?
 

Railman

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The main problem with new versions of Windows Explorer is the lack of backwards compatability with some major business applications. Classic example being Oracle!