If you're running Windows 8, you can download the browser here.
Firefox for Windows 8 takes advantage of the operating system's new touchscreen-friendly design, taking advantage of touch gestures and the like. Keep in mind, this isn't the final version, so you'll likely encounter a few bugs. But if you want a good idea what an alternative browser will look like on Windows 8, give it a shot.
Here are a few screenshots:
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