When build 7955 leaked, we knew it was only a matter of time until new elements of the Metro UI would be discovered. That trend continues today as the system settings UI has now been unlocked to show off more of the new Metro design language.
The video comes from Winbeta.it (via blogsdna.com) and shows off how Microsoft will most likely be implementing the system settings in Windows 8. While there is not a lot of new functionality demonstrated in the video, it does show the Metro UI in more detail and specifically how it may be integrated into the settings portion of Windows 8.
Windows 8 is far off from public availability and it is rumored that a public beta may be announced at PDC later this year. It is expected that Microsoft will launch Windows 8 in late 2012 with the latest rumors suggesting that retail availability will happen in early 2013.