It is clear that Mozilla and the folks behind Google Chrome aren't fans of Redmond. But Windows 8 is a platform, and you don't win the browser war by ignoring big chunks of the market. So Google, Mozilla and possibly even Opera will support the Win 8 Metro interface.
That's good news because many of us like to use multiple browsers.
With this kind of support, Metro may truly be a huge departure from traditional Windows. As long as it doesn't hang, and doesn't confuse, I'm ready to go.
What about you? Is an all-new interface just what the doctor ordered? Or does it make you a bit ill? You tell me at [email protected]
Posted by Doug Barney on 03/16/2012 at 1:19 PM
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