A leaked Windows 10 build has given us our best look at Microsoft’s upcoming Project Spartan web browser yet. The screenshots that we’ve seen have shown is what it looks like when you open multiple tabs, some of the browser’s context menus, a bunch of customization options, and what appears to be Skype integration.
While Microsoft has failed to roll out a spanking new build of Windows 10 for a few weeks now, this dearth of news does not mean that there is no way else where we are able to check out the Spartan browser from the software giant. In fact, there is a recent leak from a Windows 10 build that has yet to be released, but it does feature more of what the Spartan browser would look like, as you can check out the photo gallery of several screenshots right after the jump. While the world more or less has taken a look at what Cortana will resemble in Spartan, the leaked images will be able to provide a clearer picture of other things that one might be able to expect from the user interface when Spartan is rolled out to Windows Insiders – which number more than 2.8 million as at press time.