Internet Explorer, long criticized for its slowness and bugginess, will finally be replaced by an entirely new product, code-named Project Spartan.
1. Mark and share web pages:
Perhaps the most innovative development for Project Spartan is a feature called “inking,” which will allows users to write on a webpage with a pen, keyboard, or even their fingers, selecting from a variety of ink widths and colors. With one click, they can share their marked-up copy via email, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft’s OneNote app, or other applications…