WinMetro 1.0.0.329

WinMetro is specially designed to bring the newly introduced Windows 8 Metro UI to Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. It offers an easy solution for old version Windows users to try and enjoy the tile based Metro UI. By displaying useful information such as weather, calendar, news, stocks, and frequently used programs, it turns your desktop into an informative and productive work station. It also offers the option to boot to Metro Start Screen directly.

Key benefits:

  • You can now get widgets that lively display useful information in real time, such as weather forecast, calendar, news, stocks and more.
  • Access to the most frequently used system tools and recently opened programs becomes easier and faster, saving time during working or surfing.
  • Exact matching in specific path searching decreases the time taken in searching and makes your work more efficient.
  • By clicking the bottom left corner or using hot key, you can easily switch between Metro and Desktop Interface depending on your preference.
  • IObit WinMetro is safe, secure, and 100% free from malware.

Download: IObit WinMetro 1.0.0.329 | 6.0 MB (Freeware)
View: IObit WinMetro Website

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So,
300GHz CPU.
30M of RAM (like 30 million?)
15M of free hard disk space (like 15 million?).
Unless they can prove me they came from the future. i'm sure i can trust these guys to use their software, NOT!

Colin McGregor said,
with windows 8 being $14 unless your pc is utter poo just get the real thing lol

Doesn't this apply only if you've just bought a Windows 7 PC before launch?

Marcin Kurek said,

Doesn't this apply only if you've just bought a Windows 7 PC before launch?

technically yes.. but there's a workaround that let's you pay only $15 on all PCs

Ha ha ha ha. Yea this is real quality! </s> According to the site the Hardware requirements include a '300GHz processor or faster processor' Looks like i'm out. ROFL