Mozilla® Firefox for Windows® 8 being developedBy Sashank Nandury ,Tuesday, March 13th, 2012
Mozilla is developing a touch-centric browser for Windows 8. This news has been confirmed by developers at Mozilla. If everything goes as per schedule, the first version of the Firefox browser for Windows 8 would be released this summer. The beta version should be ready by the second half on 2012.
Brian Bondy, a developer for Mozilla has affirmed in his blog post that this is a huge project that Mozilla is currently taking on. In his blog post, Bondy has explained the nuances of creating a browser for Windows 8.
Apparently this new browser will require a lot of coding because of the new interface that Microsoft has introduced. This browser will run in the Desktop interface of the new operating system and will only run in the MetroUI interface if and only if Firefox is made the default browser for your computer.
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