Thinix has released yet another major update to their Windows 8 program RetroUI, adding more features to the Start screen alternative to Microsoft's operating system.
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Thinix has released a new version of RetroUI, its program that lets Windows 8 users boot directly to the desktop. RetroUI Pro adds a Start menu to the desktop and lets users resize "Modern" UI apps.