A Windows 8 version of Firefox that can function in both the Metro and desktop arenas has gotten one step closer to completion. But will it be able to play in both worlds?
Last week Mozilla created a working browser for the new Windows interface. Blogging about his team's progress yesterday, Mozilla's Brian Bondy confirmed that the prototype looks and feels like the Android version with a variety of active features.
"You can navigate the web, create tabs, bookmark pages, build history, retain cache, adjust preferences, and more," Bondy said.
Even further, the prototype can tap … Read more