For those of you who are fans of Mozilla’s Firefox web browser, there continues to be a long wait as we anticipate a Windows 8 version of the application. The company had planned to launch their Windows 8 browser almost two years ago in quarter one of 2012 – that never happened. According to a new revised schedule on the Mozilla’s development Wiki, the release is now slated for March 18 of this year.
The special Windows 8 port of Firefox will be included in version 28 of software, slated for this March. That being said, you don’t have to wait for March to use the latest software tech from Mozilla; the browser has been available to download through the company’s experimental “Firefox Aurora Beta Channel”.
We personally don’t recommend downloading the Aurora beta as it is quite a buggy platform – it is beta after all. Wait patiently for March 18 and all your Firefox dreams will be granted.
When a Windows 8 version of Firefox launches – will you use it?