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With the latest preview of Windows 10 that has just been released on March 18, Microsoft is making an effort to make universal apps easier to understand. It has been known that Internet Explorer (IE) will be replaced by Microsoft new web browser which is known as “Spartan”.

The Windows 10 Technical Preview is available through Windows Insider Program with a Microsoft Account. It is not a finished product so users might face some issues while trying the Windows Technical Preview.

The latest build of Technical Preview is #10041 and the end of Technical Preview is expected to end on April 15 of next year

A complete update of Windows might be released as early as June this year and it will be free for Windows 8.1 users for a year. However, there is no word of pricing for users who are on Windows 7 or older version.

More announcements will be coming in near future as Microsoft will most probably issue Windows 10 release date by next April.