As cool as the name was, Microsoft didn't want to use the "Project Spartan" internal codename for their new web browser. Perhaps it was due to licensing issues, or perhaps it doesn't track as well with marketing focus groups, but whatever the reason, the new name for their browser will be Microsoft Edge. Just as detailed previously, Microsoft Edge will include some handy new features that have never been seen before in a web browser. These include: The ability to let you mark up web pages with a virtual pen/marker just as you might on a piece of paper or text book The ability to share marked-up pages with other people - this will work with touch-based and non-touch devices Edge will allow you to save content offline through a reading list - this will basically freeze bookmarks in place and let you read them later even without a web connection The new browser will also sync your reading list across multiple devices so you can read them on your phone or tablet even if you saved them on your PC or console On top of these extras, the Microsoft Edge browsing platform will be designed from the ground up with speed and security in mind. Coincidentally (or perhaps not), the logo for Microsoft's new browser will still use the "e" as it did in Internet Explorer. Of course, they will probably change up the overall graphic so as not to confuse users too much, yet make it seem fresh and new. Sound off with your perspective on Microsoft Edge.