If you're one of the braver bunch trying the Windows 10 preview, you're in luck. The latest build now includes Microsoft's new Project Spartan browser, which promises better performance, more web-compliance and virtual assistant Cortana.
Besides featuring Cortana integrated into the browser, there is also a feature Microsoft calls "inking". This allows you to write or type directly on the page - think of it as scribbling on a webpage without actually defacing it. What you scribble will then be converted into a Web Note that can be emailed or share on social media. Or you could save it in Microsoft's OneNote.
Other highlights of Spartan - a Reading List and Reading View that allows you to save webpages in HTML or even PDF format for later and then read it in a more reader-friendly format.
It's nice to see Microsoft finally upping its browser game instead of whipping the dead horse that is Internet Explorer. To get a feel of the browser and Windows 10's bells and whistles, all you need to do is join the Windows Insider program for access to beta builds.