How To Make Project Spartan Default Browser For Windows 10
Microsoft has released Windows 10, Build 10049, and one of the most noted feature of this latest release is Project Spartan — the new web browser by the Redmond. The software giant believes that novice browser’s design is “streamlined and puts the focus on the page, not the browser.” We can’t, however, make any veritable remarks about its design or performance until we can avail it and have a first hand experience.
So we let go the mixed reviews emerging in context of Windows 10’s preview version and let you know how you will be able to make Project Spartan your default browser. Not to mention, usage of Windows 10 and its novice browser will always be subject to your choice.
Although Project Spartan could be launched from the Start menu directly, but in that case your default browser will be Internet Explorer in the new build. Now if you think you are going to like project Spartan (based on reviews), you can follow this step-by-step procedure for making Project Spartan your default browser. So whenever you open the web, your favorite browser is there to make your search experience simple and smooth.
Setting Project Spartan As Default Browser In Windows 10
Step 1: Go to ‘Start’ and tap on ‘Settings.’
Step 2: First select ‘System’ and then ‘Defaults.’
Step 3: Since you have not changed the default settings, you will find Internet Explorer listed as your default Web Browser. Click on it and select ‘Project Spartan’ in the ‘Choose an app’ window.
Once you have chosen Project Spartan as your default browser, all of your browsing will be done in Project Spartan. Which means each time you click on any link, Project Spartan will project the search page in front of you.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.