The first thing you get to know when beginning to play with Microsoft Windows 8, is the new Metro interface, and a new screen that pops out every time you press the old good Start button. This small freeware allows you to turn off the Start screen of Windows Eight and return to the Windows 7 styled Start menu. The tweaker also gives back the classic Task Manager that can show processor usage history per core. Do note that when Metro UI is switched off, Windows Explorer has the revamped Ribbon interface turned off. And you can enable Windows 8's immersive UI again, if you want to. For the changes made to take effect, you have to restart or log off your system after tweaking. Win Eight Metro UI Switcher is a multilingual app. For more information on how to translate it into your native language, see the file Lngs\English.txt located in the program folder.