Mozilla announces Firefox Metro (video)



Mozilla just announced Firefox Metro for Windows 8, now available.   Firefox Metro will support both a Metro user interface and a classic desktop UI as it is designed for x86 Windows 8 systems.  Adopters with the RTM version of Windows 8 can download nightly builds of Firefox Metro here.

As a preview, there will certainly be bugs that need fixing, but that’s why Mozilla needs help getting them logged and closed up before Windows 8′s launch October 25th.   The Firefox Metro preview includes “a new Metro style Firefox Start page, support for Firefox Sync, Metro touch and swipe gestures, integration with Windows 8 ‘charms’, and a simple but powerful Australis interface that is streamlined, modern, and beautiful.”  Check out the video…

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