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Despite just learning earlier today that Microsoft would stop referring to its relatively new design language as "Metro," it appears a rebranding will come later this week, according to a leaked memo.
Information from sources inside Microsoft seems to indicate that the company is attempting to reduce the usage of the word 'Metro', which has become synonymous with their modern design.