The first thing you meet when beginning to explore Microsoft Windows 8, is the new immersive interface (called Metro UI). And there is a new screen that pops out every time you press the old good Start button, instead of the Start menu.
This small free utility lets you to disable the Start screen of Windows Eight and to return the Windows 7 styled Start menu. The tweaker also gives back the classic Task Manager that can show CPU utilization history per processor/core.
Do note that when the Metro UI is disabled, Windows Explorer has the revamped Ribbon interface turned off. And you can enable Windows 8+oOeCOaos immersive UI again, if you want to. For the changes made to take effect, you have to restart or log off your system after tweaking.
These are the reasons for looking no further than Win Eight Metro UI Switcher for disabling the Metro interface of MS Windows 8:
Supports both the x86 and x64 versions of Microsoft Windows 8 (Eight).
No administrator privileges required for tweaking.
The app is completely standalone no dependence on .NET framework or other runtime libraries.
It is multilingual. For more information on how to translate the utility into your native language, see the file LngsEnglish.txt located in the program folder.
The portable version of Win Eight Metro UI Switcher is available.
The program is true freeware!
Tags: Disable , disable Metro UI , Enable , enable Metro UI , Metro , Metro style