Just like all the skins available for the Android operating system, Mirabyte FrontFace has come up with a custom user interface for Windows 7 to make it easier to use when said operating system is installed on a touchscreen tablet device. FrontFace aims to deliver more by offering large, touch-friendly icons when it comes to launching and switching between applications. Not only that, FrontFace will also come with several of its own apps, where among them include a notification center and a feed reader with the eventual inclusion of native photo, music and video apps. While the FrontFace web browser is unable to support tabs in the traditional manner, you can still open multiple browser windows and flip between them using arrow keys. FrontFace seems to be heading in the right direction – let us hope that its successors will continue in the same vein of innovation and freshness.

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