Microsoft did a huge change in upcoming Windows 8 and added so called Metro User Interface (UI) which is very good familiar to Windows mobile users. However not all of us like it or navigate through it very easily so that's why many of you will want it to return old good Windows 7 UI. In this tutorial I will show what change you need to perform inside Windows registry and disable Windows 8 Metro UI.
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Microsoft did a huge change in upcoming Windows 8 and added so called Metro User Interface (UI) which is very good familiar to Windows mobile users. However not all of us like it or navigate through it very easily so that’s why many of you will want it to return old good Windows 7 UI. In this tutorial I will show what change you need to perform inside Windows registry and disable Windows 8 Metro UI.


To get started follow steps below

Step 1: From your Windows 8 Metro Interface type regedit

Step 2: As soon as you start typing a Search Apps filed will appear on right side with search results on right side.

Step 3: From right side click regedit icon and if User Account Control dialog window appear click Yes

Step 4: Now the registry window will open. Follow this path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer

Step 5: Now double click on RPEnabled

Step 6: Inside Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value window, under Value data filed change value 1 into 0 and click OK to save changes

Step 7: Now close all windows and restart your computer

Next time when you go back to Windows 8 there won’t be Metro style anymore.

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