published December 22nd, 2009 | categories: Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Informational, Safari | all categories
Firefox 4.0 (FF4) is around a year away from release. However, designer and Mozilla contributor Stephen Horlander has released images of the new FF4 interface on his blog. It seems like much of the work on the user interface (UI) is taking place with how the bookmarks and toolbars are managed. FF4 seems to blend in aspects of MS Office 2010 and IE8 with the slick semi-transparent design.
Although, there are several variations in thought, I am sure that you will like whatever Mozilla brings to the table.
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