This could be Windows 9’s default browser

Windows 9 logoMicrosoft spends a lot of time improving Internet Explorer, so it’s only natural to expect Windows 9 to come with a completely revamped version of the browser.

A concept created by DeviantArt user r2ds imagines a new Internet Explorer look that seems to be much more appropriate for touch, but also accessible with a keyboard and a mouse.

This could be Windows 9’s default browser

Of course, this concept doesn’t look at all like Internet Explorer, so it’s highly unlikely to see it serving as source of inspiration for a new version of the browser, but it’s still a good thing that designers have already found ways to improve the application.

As far as Windows 9 is concerned, it should be launched sometime next year, with pundits hinting that it could go live as soon as November 2014.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: browsers, Internet Explorer, Windows 9

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