After the introduction of Windows8 developer’s preview, the top browsers are now racing to get their browsers ready for all new Windows 8 Operating system. The Windows 8 OS is going to be launched at the 4th quarter of this year.
In this race of Browsers to support Windows 8, Google is in the top of those browser developers. Google has confirmed that it’s working on Chrome to support the Metro UI of Windows 8. A Google employee has told famous social media site “Mashable” that they are working on chrome to offer users a speedy, simple and secure experience across all the major platforms. Recent launch of Chrome browser for Android strengthens this.
Mozilla is also working on Firefox to support Metro UI.
So let us know what do you expect from both Chrome and Firefox to have in the new Metro UI version?