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Microsoft rolls out first Windows 10 preview with 'Spartan' browser

     
12:48 am on Mar 31, 2015 (gmt 0)

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http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-rolls-out-first-windows-10-preview-with-spartan-browser/ [zdnet.com]

Microsoft rolls out first Windows 10 preview with 'Spartan' browser

Microsoft is making available to its Windows Insiders testers the first Windows 10 Desktop test build that includes its new 'Project Spartan' browser.

Microsoft released to those in the "Fast Ring" Build 10049, the first with Spartan, on March 30.
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...and it's still the same build of Windows from a week ago. On top of that I tried to dynamically recreate the URL for the 64 bit ISO and they went through the trouble of obscuring the absolute URL. I'll have to wait until they clean up their mess to test Internet Explorer 12 which is Internet Explorer 12.

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I believe that you have to run Windows Update from "Fast Ring" Build 10049 to get Spartan. There's no new ISO out yet.
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I've got to get a box setup for this .. Just really interested to see what changes there are .. if any.

We officially dumped Windows a few years ago - kept a machine around for testing till about 6 mos ago. I've got a 64bit hybrid here somewhere that might do the trick ..
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HTA - Hyper Text Application.
I use MSIE for my CMS written in Perl as GUI.

Looks like

<html>
<head>
<title>WDS - Web Design Suite - Command</title>

<HTA:APPLICATION ID="oHTA"
applicationname="WDS Start"
icon=../pic/wds.ico
scroll=no
singleInstance=yes
windowstate=maximize />

<script language=PerlScript>

use strict "vars";
use strict "refs";
use strict "subs";

is this still suported?
 

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