Firefox Metro Review is a web browser that functions a whole new design for Windows 8's Contemporary (Metro) UI.
With the official release of Windows 8 around the corner, Mozilla is struggling to finish its edition of Firefox Metro Review. The interface is completely remodeled and has taken some designed hints from Look for engines Firefox like it’s rounded an eye instead of Firefox's traditional squared off corners.
The first thing customers will notice about this edition of Firefox is its Windows 8 Contemporary UI inspired webpage with your most frequently visited websites and favorites. The interface is user-friendly and seems like its part of the OS.
Firefox Metro Review also functions a new tab bar at the top that shows stay pictures of the websites you have open. This is impressive and goes with the Windows 8 'live tiles' feel. The tab is also big enough to manipulate by contact without having to be too precise. Firefox Metro Review seems like much more of a finish product than search engines Firefox for the Contemporary UI.
Mozilla Firefox Metro Preview's search is also integrated into Windows now so customers can quickly bring up the search field by pushing Windows + F. This works for Look for engines results so you get instant suggestions for completing keywords. Bookmarks also get a major overhaul. Bookmarks will no longer be stored in files but in lists. No bookmark will go unsorted in Firefox Metro Preview!
To enter a URL in Firefox Metro Review, access the address bar by swiping up from the bottom frame. If you're using a rabbit and keyboard, just right click the rabbit. If you're sick of using the Contemporary UI edition, you can use it as a normal desktop application, which will look exactly the same as Firefox 15.
Overall, Mozilla Firefox Metro Review is a solid build with many excellent contact friendly functions. Once the bugs are destroyed out, it'll be an excellent web browser for Windows 8.