Mozilla has released the latest beta of Firefox 4, highlighting new functionality including multi-touch support for Windows 7 devices.
"Multi-touch support for Windows 7 enables people to interact with web content with their hands naturally. Developers can use multi-touch capabilities to leverage touch-enabled devices, and provide an intuitive and fun browsing experience," he said.
"This sort of code is used to produce smooth, streamlined graphics in modern web applications," wrote Beltzner.
Beltzner also revealed that 500,000 Firefox 4 testers are submitting almost 3,500 items of feedback every day, but that the firm is concerned that the type of user is not sufficiently representative.
"We discovered that our beta users are primarily men who use the web between two and six hours each day, mostly for entertainment and communication," he said.
"This does not come as a surprise to us, but it also is not a great representation of internet users."
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