Windows users are feverishly waiting for the new series of operating system, the so-called 8, designed to continue and improve the current Windows 7 series. Mozilla makes the final cuts for its new browser, personalized for Windows 8 Metro environment. I have to add that Microsoft assured users that the new Windows 8, which will be released earlier this year, will support both traditional desktop environment, plus the new Metro interface for tablets and touch screen gadgets.
The first details about this partnership were given by Brian Bondy, a member of the Mozilla team designing Metro. According to him, the new Mozilla is a browser that supports all kind of preferences coming from the most pretentious customer.
As you can imagine, any innovation is being criticized. In this case, some of the people having the chance to see the new Mozilla affirm that it resembles too much with Android. We will wait for the official release day and see the differences.
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