It’s been 3 days now since the launch of Windows 8 and you have probably played with the first release of Windows 8 by now. I’m a regular visitors of various forums. I found that people are searching ways to enable Windows 7 style start menu in Windows 8. This is possible by tweaking registry values in Regedit.
But if you’re a newbie and don’t want to edit registry values manually, I’ve come across a tool that will do the work for you. With this tool, you can switch back and forth between Windows 8 start screen and Windows style start menu. The tool will automatically change the registry values for you so that you don’t need to open Regedit window.
Also, note that after installing the tool on your PC, Metro UI and Explorer Ribbon UI will be disabled. But you’ll be provided with a button so that you can easily switch back and forth between two interfaces.
Download Windows 7 Style Start Menu tool (Direct Link)
Second tool – MetroController – I’m talking about does the work same as the above tool. But it has more advanced features. It allows you to select which interface you want to disable from your Windows 8 screen. You can disable only Metro UI or only disable Explorer Ribbon UI. I think you should use this tool.
When you launch the tool, you just have to click the desired button from the tool window and and it’ll automatically enable/disable the mentioned features in Windows 8.
Download Metro Controller For Windows 8 (Direct Link)
Do you know How To Install Windows 8 From A USB Drive/Pen Drive?