This could be the end of Metro, the new start screen in windows 8

Jul 1, 2014   //   by nick   //   Blog  //  No Comments

Industry buzz says that Microsoft will abandon the Windows 8 Start screen (Metro) interface for traditional computers in the next version of Windows, code-named Threshold. This means that laptops would still feature the metro start but traditional desktop computers would not include this feature. That’s a pretty drastic step. Does it mean that Microsoft recognizes that Windows 8 was the biggest operating system bust in its history? I think it should be made into an easy to find option for those that enjoy the metro interface. Much like you can very easily change your desktop background an option added into the control panel would allow you to enable and disable metro.

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