Microsoft’s Cortana virtual assistant will be going to launched in Windows 10, and we also know that there’s a good chance that a new browser codenamed ‘Spartan’ is also going to launched. But it sounds like the two might not be mutually exclusive. As reported by TheVerge, Spartan browser will get Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana. Microsoft may use Cortana to provide information on flights, hotel bookings, package tracking, and other essential data using the traditional address bar. One should be able to access Cortana search directly from the new tab interface in Spartan. Windows 10 users will be able to annotate web pages with a stylus and send these across co-workers or friends. Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud locker service will store the notes and annotations on a copy of a web page which can be accessed by any browser from any platform. Since these will be shared, several people will be allowed to doodle on the content and share edits. You can keep your eyes peeled for the Spartan browser at the January 21 event during which Microsoft is anticipated to unveiled Windows 10.