It is not Internet Explorer browser 10 alone for Windows 8 but both Mozilla and Google are making their way to blending Metro UI browser for this new platform. Mozilla last month said it is crafting a Metro-style Firefox for Windows 8. Adding Firefox to Windows 8 classic will be a “simple evolution,” but adding it to Metro will require “a new Firefox front end and system integration points,” Mozilla said. Following the lead of Mozilla, Google has confirmed that it is working on a version of its Chrome Web browser optimized for the new Microsoft Windows 8 “Metro” interface.
As mentioned by Google, “Our goal is to be able to offer our users a speedy, simple, secure Chrome experience across all platforms, which includes both the desktop and Metro versions of Windows 8″ and as addition, “To that end, we’re in the process of building a Metro version of Chrome along with improving desktop Chrome in Windows 8, such as adding enhanced touch support,”. In a recently published white paper, Microsoft revealed that other Metro browsers were welcome, and they’d even get some privileges other Metro apps don’t have (like multitasking). The downside: users will only be able to run a single browser in Metro, the default one.
So how will the touch-enabled Chrome would surprise us in Windows 8 appearance? It’s going to be awesome for automatic syncing with your phone and Google account, tabs that you can swipe through and extensions galore. What you guys have in your mind about the upcoming Metro UI Google Chrome expectation?