Windows 8 UI

Windows 8 UI

(Windows 8 User Interface) The user interface in Windows 8, which replaced the Start menu with a Start screen, Apps screen and Charm bar. It supported full-screen applications suited for tablets, originally known as the Metro style. See Windows 8 and Win8 abc's.
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The ruling there meant the Redmond giant had to rename the UI has Windows 8 UI.
The new Dropbox app adheres to the style of Microsoft's Windows 8 UI and lets you scroll horizontally to view your files and folders.
This was formerly labeled as the Windows 8 "Metro" interface, but the name was recently scrapped and the new layout is simply referred to as the "new Windows 8 UI.
Delphi XE3 and C++Builder XE3, both included in RAD Studio XE3, enable developers to build native PC and Slate/Surface Pro tablet applications with the Windows 8 UI style widely known as "Metro" as well as Retina-ready native OS X Mountain Lion applications for Apple's Mac hardware line.
Well, it is good to have the extra feature to enjoy the Windows 8 UI, but we don't see a usage scenario much beyond that.
With its new application development tools, RAD Studio XE3 enables developers to update existing Windows desktop apps to Windows 8 and the new Windows 8 UI style for both desktop and Slate tablet devices with integrated touch and device sensor support.
However, this doesn't seem too plausible, since the company has been promoting its Metro branding since Windows Phone 7 launched in 2010, and has yet to select a new title for the Windows 8 UI.
The user interface is the same Windows 8 UI that we have come to love on tablets as well as notebooks.
Start the PC, and users were hit with the Windows 8 UI - essentially a screen full of tiles.
India, April 17 -- The Windows 8 UI and the start screen are all very cool and very modern and very hip.
For some time we thought it would be replaced with Windows 8, leading to Windows 8 UI, or Windows 8 apps, etc.