Mozilla released the third beta of Firefox 4 today and a notable feature of this new release is its multi-touch support for Windows 7.
Now, if you have a tablet PC or a monitor with multi-touch support can have an intuitive and fun browsing experience with Firefox.
Multi-touch lets you interact with Web content with your hands naturally, similar to the one on your iPhone, iPad or Android. See the video below to know how it works.
The latest update of Firefox 4 Beta is now available for download and testing in more than 30 languages. (Via)
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