Microsoft has introduced a new browser for the Windows 10 operating system that includes support for the Microsoft Web Chat platform.
The company is working with Google, Mozilla, Mozilla’s partners and others to bring this to Windows 10 and bring the web to the masses, a Microsoft spokesperson told The Verge.
The browser was announced in April and is available for Windows PCs and Macs, and will be coming to phones later this year.
The new web chat tool is called Wireshark, and is designed to be easy to learn for those who are not familiar with the basics of the Web.
Users can tap on the web chat interface to open the web browser, then hit a button to view messages from other users, share links to their own pages, or even send messages from an address bar.
It also lets you control your chat with a few taps.
The chat tool can also be used to check if your device has internet connectivity.
Microsoft has not released a public preview of the browser, but the company has said that the tool will be released in the fall.
Wirespark’s developers have also created a new WebChat.net API that is being used by the developers to add support for other platforms like iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, and more.
The Web Chat API allows for the creation of chatbots, which are essentially apps that simulate user interactions, for example, reading text on a web page, playing audio clips, or reading news articles.
Microsoft also announced a new API for developers to develop new chatbots.
“We’re thrilled to see Wireschark getting some support for its functionality in Windows 10,” Microsoft Web Apps and Windows Dev Insights Lead David Smith said in a statement.
“It’s great to see developers taking advantage of the capabilities of the new web app and web chat APIs, while still delivering the best user experience.”