Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Mozilla shows his preliminary work in Firefox for Windows 8 Metro

For Mozilla is important to have in advanced web browser on the  Metro Windows interface,  the currently beta Microsoft operating system and in a platform that will only be possible to set the default browser to an alternative that has support for the Metro interface.

That is why the developer Brian Bondy from Mozilla released a preview of what are ready haves, you can surf the web through tabs, manage bookmarks, browsing history and record cache, set preferences and run multiple other basic software features, including extensive support for HTML5.

In addition, the user experience would be quite similar to that seen in Android, although many improvements are promised for the future, with the aim of releasing a product that is easy to use and haves rich  features, all over the day that Windows 8 is officially released.

more on neowin 


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