So, today, I'm excited to introduce you to a code name, Project Spartan.
Our new web browsing experience for Windows 10.
First thing you'll notice here, is, [INAUDIBLE] streamlined.
It fits in with the design language of Windows 10.
And you can see the focus is on the content on the page.
And many of us have devices that work with pens or styluses, which I have here.
And you could imagine, when I saw this.
I saw this, and I said, oh baby.
You know, sometimes you guys don't get it right.
But sometimes you do.
I'm gonna switch into my reading mode right here, and you'll see we discoverably make available a standardized format way for you to read stuff on the web.
And you can personalize this to your liking so that you have a way to.
Experience the wide range of content out there on the web in a way that might feel familiar to you.
The third thing that we tried to do to make people more productive on the web was to give you a personal assistant to help you be product.
So we're building Cortana right into Spartan.
And the idea is that Cortana will show up at the right opportune moments to help you get things done.
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