Firefox unveiled its new look for Windows 10

The Mozilla Foundation prepares smooth transition to Windows 10 but prefers playing caution about the willingness of Microsoft to implement “universal application” supposed to work in all media from a single binary file. Mozilla prefers to focus on the deployment of an application before any thought for the desktop, but enjoying a review and corrected interface to easily integrate with that of Windows 10.

In a post on the platform People.mozilla .org, designer Stephen Orlander has released several preview of the planned design for the Windows version. And the first glimpses show that cosmetic changes to future browser version are minimal, a desire assumed by Mozilla which explains the site VentureBeat wanting “a smooth transition for Windows users of Firefox. ”

No violence or browser side of the revolution, but a simple discrete graphics facelift to mark the occasion. This new design is expected to be deployed in 40 of Firefox, currently in beta, will inaugurate the browser’s compatibility with Windows 10 and the final version is expected in August.

Mozilla announced, unsurprisingly, the arrival of Windows 10 version for the browser, and an iOS version that should be arriving “soon” according to the Mozilla Foundation. Meanwhile a real reset for a browser that really needs …

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