However, according to me, Windows 8 and later version of Windows are such flop in front of Windows 7. Anyway, whenever someone sees the Metro UI, he/she will surely fall in love with this because this is brand new.
Anyway, if you want to use Windows 7 for the availability of software as well as if you have some problem in migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 8, you can simply bring the Metro UI in your Windows 7 desktop with the help of a third party software.
How to get Windows 8 Metro UI in Windows 7?
This is however very easy by making use of WinMetro that is available for Windows XP/Vista and 7. Iobit develops this software and this is very light-weight. You can easily put it on starting up your Windows because of the aforementioned reason.
There is no such confusing user settings since it only brings the Metro screen and Win + I settings of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Just download a free copy of WinMetro and install it. You will get effect right away.
The start screen or Metro screen will be looking as follows;
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You can easily Shut Down, Restart or Log Off your PC by clicking the user photo – just like original metro screen.
As mentioned before, you won’t get so many options to run it according to your wish. You can only get option to Run automatically at Windows startup, Open WinNetro desktop automatically, Run the program in background when it is closed, Do not disturb while working in full-screen and Display time in 24-hour format.
That’s all! I think this tutorial is enough to use WinMetro wisely.
WinMetro is used to bring Metro UI to the Windows 7 desktop.
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