Don’t get too excited.
If everything goes as planned, Mozilla will release a working prototype of Firefox Metro in the second quarter of 2012, just in time for the Windows 8 RC. However, it does not mean that you will be left in the blank up until then.
Mozilla’s developer, Brian R. Bondy, has published a first batch of screenshots for the upcoming Firefox Metro build.
Although it does not look as fancy as the Metro version of Internet Explorer, this is a very early build and that should be noted.
In addition to that, Brian has made few remarks regarding the importance of the Metro as he said, “If a browser does not support Metro, it is seriously at risk of losing the default browser status, and therefore significant market share. A browser without support for Metro, if default, would be taking away a Metro browser completely from the user’s computer”, and we very much agree with him.
What do you think?
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