Dev wrote on Apr 17, 2012, 16:33:
Didn't I hear something about how MS disabled those registry hacks in the latest version since they don't want anyone disabling Metro?
Yeah. You won't be able to disable Metro, though there are third-party apps already out that add Windows 7 style functionality. Having used Windows 8 for several months I have to say that I consider Metro to be an improvement, particularly for high resolution monitors. My desktop resolution is 2560x1600 with Metro it will display all of my apps on one screen, whereas in Vista/7 it requires endless scrolling and constant clicking to expand folders.
"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."