Most of us have already experienced the new user interface (UI) of Windows 8 OS with some great new features. And this article is for those who might want to get the tile-based Windows 8 Start screen in your Windows 7 OS as well.
Windows 8 includes tile-based Start screen just like in Windows Phone 7 (unlike all the other desktop Operating System), which replaces Windows Start menu with a customizable, scalable full-screen view of apps. These live tiles provide notifications, up-to-date information from installed apps.
Getting the new Metro User Interface based Start menu On Windows 7 is pretty easy if you follow the steps given below.
Here is the preview of the skin with exact Windows 8 Start screen look
Here is the Step-by-Step Instructions On How to get Metro User Interface based Start menu On Windows 7:
- Extract the contents of the zip pack and then double-click on Omnimo.rmskin file to start installing the skin.
- Once installed, add new panels and arrange them one by one to get the Windows 8 Start screen look.
This new version of the skin will bring the exact Windows 8 Tablet UI Start menu to Windows 7 with Start at the top left and user picture at the top right of the screen.