Thursday, September 29, 2011

Government To Launch $35 Tablet PC On Oct 5

"World's Cheapest Computer is Ready to launch by Indian Government within next week"

world cheapest tablet pcThe long awaited $35 (Rs 1735) dream tablet promised by the Indian government will finally see the light of the day as the launch date has been fixed for October 5. The low cost computing device touted to be the cheapest in the world, has been a project drawn on lines similar to the OLPC, with the students being the target beneficiaries.


HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said at a function, "The computer will be launched next month. This is not just a dream, it is a reality". While he said that the name for the device has been finalised and will be announced at the time of the launch, he declined to elaborate further. He stated that this computer will prove to be a very useful tool for students because it can do everything expected of a computer with internet connectivity.

"Sibal said that the tablet has been developed through public-private association. It would be quite interesting to see how the new device boosts the learning abilities of children. We’re quite optimistic about adoption of the new tablet. However, it’s quite amusing to know why all Indian MPs were given iPad 2 for personal use by Indian Government. What do you think?"

“Soon, a $35 computer will be made available to every child in school. The tablet shall help enhance the quality of learning of children,” said Sibal.

aakash tablet pc $35Features:
  • Touchscreen 
  • In-built keyboard 
  • Video conferencing facility 
  • Multimedia content 
  • Wi-Fi
  • USB port
  • 32GB hard drive
  • 2GB RAM
  • Web-conferencing
  • PDF reader unzip.
Sibal had unveiled the prototype of this device in July last year. It is expected to have a 5 \ 7 \ 9 " touch screen with an internet browser, PDF reader, video conferencing facilities, Open Office, Sci-lab, media player, remote device management capability, multimedia input-output options, and multiple format file viewer. The actual specifications still remain under the covers and will be revealed only when it is actually launched. However, it was reported not long back on this website that the name of the tablet is Sakshat and its specs were also revealed along with the news that it will be launched in June, which never happened. We don't have any reason to believe that it is not the same tablet that is going to be launched on October 5.

The HR ministry has stated that the device will be launched with a considerably low $35 (Rs 1735) price tag at the start, which will eventually be slashed to $20 (Rs 990), and finally to $10 (Rs 495) over a period of time. Let's hope that the government delivers something real on October 5.

5 Mazor Weaknesses Of Microsoft make its position at Risk

Microsoft Weakness                   Microsoft isn't going anywhere. The company's wide mix of software will help it stay relevant to businesses and consumers for many years to come. But the rise of mobile devices and companies like Google, Apple and Amazon has come at Microsoft's expense. Although Microsoft revenue is still growing, the days when a single company controls the user interface of nearly every personal computer are long gone and may never return.

For all its success as the world's biggest maker of PC operating systems and office programs, Microsoft's position as the dominant provider of software to consumers is at risk.


COMPETITION: 
                                    Microsoft is still a giant, with $70 billion in annual revenue and an amazing 11 products that earn at least $1 billion a year. But it faces challenges in search, Web browsing, mobile devices, Web server software, and even the desktop operating system market.

In this article, we will examine what we think are Microsoft's five biggest weaknesses, a list we came up with in conjunction with the analyst firm Directions on Microsoft. 

  • Search
Let's start with the easy one. If you use the word "Google" as a verb, you know how far Microsoft's own Bing search engine has to travel before it can be called a success. Microsoft's earnings reports break the business down into five product divisions, and the Online Services Division powered by Bing and MSN is the only one that consistently loses money, including $2.6 billion lost over the past 12 months.
Bing, which also powers Yahoo and offers a fancy iPad app, often gets high marks in studies that rate the effectiveness of search engines, yet Google captures about two-thirds of U.S. market share and more than80% of the global market.

Microsoft rarely masks its hatred of all things Google, which makes most of its money on search advertising while investing in other products that eat into Microsoft market share, like Chrome and Android.

But with Bing, "They're so far behind, it's a long slog," says Wes Miller, a former Microsoft Windows program manager who is now research vice president at Directions on Microsoft. "People innately think of Google for search. How do you replace Kleenex? They're going to have to keep burning money for the foreseeable future until they can come up with something that out-Googles Google."

Microsoft's response: "This is a long-term game for Bing," Microsoft said via email. "Bing continues to be focused on creating a great consumer experience, solid execution and steady market share growth. The most recent comScore market share report shows that Bing is continuing to make gains in the U.S., reaching 14.4 percent explicit core search share in June. Overall, Bing increased market share by more than 50 percent since launch."


  • Browsers
             Once upon a time, Microsoft's Internet Explorer commanded greater than 90% market share, dominating the Web browser market as much as Windows dominates PCs today. The Microsoft monopoly earned itself antitrust penalties by beating Netscape into submission, but it wasn't until the rise of Mozilla's Firefox (a descendant of Netscape) and Google's Chrome that the monopoly would be broken.

                Nowadays, Microsoft loses browser share almost every single month, dropping to 52.71% in total number of users, according to Net Applications, and to 42.45% in total page views, according to StatCounter. The discrepancy between numbers of users and amount of usage suggests that the Web's heaviest users are the ones who replace the default Internet Explorer with Firefox and Chrome.

                     In other words, Microsoft says Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox are hobbled because they run across Windows, Mac, Linux and older, less capable versions of Windows such as XP. Microsoft wants you to believe that unless you buy a new version of Windows, you won't get the best browsing experience.

  • Mobile phones and tablets

Microsoft weakness details
                     Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer famously laughed at Apple's iPhone in 2007, saying, "It's the most expensive phone in the world and it doesn't appeal to business customers because it doesn't have a keyboard, which means it's not a very good email machine. ... We have great Windows Mobile devices in the market today. I look at that and say I like our strategy, I like it a lot. We're selling millions and millions and millions of phones a year. Apple is selling zero phones a year."

                   Windows Phone 7 has posted strong customer satisfaction ratings, but it doesn't have all that many customers. It turns out Windows phone Q2 sales dropped from 3 million last year to 1.7 million this year, making the device even less popular than Bada, a smartphone operating system developed on the side by Samsung, which puts most of its mobile efforts into Google's Android.

                       Things look even worse in the tablet market, which is utterly dominated by Apple's iPad. Windows 7 tablets aren't optimized for touch screens, and Windows 8 won't be out until sometime next year.



"The question, again, is Nokia Windows Phone 7's white knight?" Miller says. "I think Nokia makes some brilliant hardware, but I'm not sure it's really enough to pull consumers in."

Microsoft's responseMicrosoft declined to comment about Windows 8, and did not answer questions about Windows Phone 7 market share or the application development issue. Instead, Microsoft released this statement:

"*IDC has forecasted that Windows Phone will be the number two operating system worldwide by 2015. (IDC, March 2011)

*The Samsung Focus running Windows Phone 7 was voted the favorite AT&T smartphone in PC Mag's Readers Choice Awards. 'The Samsung phones had better reliability and call quality and were also noted as being the best for gaming: Windows Phone 7 devices come with Microsoft's excellent Xbox Live.' (PCMAG.com)

*There are more than 45,000 registered Windows Phone developers.

*Customers have access to nearly 30,000 apps and games on Windows Phone Marketplace, with an average of 100 added each day."
  •  The desktop
                     Arguing that Windows is a weakness takes some work. Really, it is a potential weakness, but an important one because it is also Microsoft's greatest strength. The 80% to 90% market share Windows holds on desktops and laptops is the reason Microsoft has direct access to most of the personal computing users on Earth, so even small percentage drops in sales are problematic. Windows 7 has sold more than 400 million copies, but revenue declined 2% in the fiscal year that ended June 30.

While Windows 8 would be optimized for both PCs and tablets, Microsoft is holding off on any big announcements regarding the next OS until the BUILD conference in mid-September.

Innovation is happening in cloud computing, and smartphones and tablets. With Microsoft struggling to gain any foothold in mobile devices, the biggest immediate danger to the Windows franchise is that smartphone and tablet buyers will delay the purchases of their next PCs.

"All the competitors would like to have you think that next year Microsoft hits the wall and the PC business is cut in half," Gillen says. "That is not what's going to happen. What is happening is we have a proliferation of other devices that are competing with Windows for mindshare. But at the end of the day, users, especially business users, need PCs."

Microsoft's challenge was underscored by HP's decision to try to sell its PC business. HP is the No. 1 seller of Windows PCs, but Miller says "the tablet effect is real," driving down PC sales even though there is really only one successful tablet, namely the iPad. If Android tablets ever take off,Microsoft could be in a lot of trouble.
Microsoft's response: Microsoft declined to answer Network World's questions about Windows 8, but we expect to learn more at BUILD, and we'll learn a lot more next year when Windows 8-powered devices start shipping. For now, Microsoft has set up a blog called "Building Windows 8" to discuss progress.
"Windows 8 reimagines Windows," writes Windows President Steven Sinofsky. Robust USB 3.0 support and better file management are on the way, the blog promises.
  • Web servers
                       Just as Windows client software dominates the desktop, Windows server software makes big bucks in the enterprise IT market. IDC numbers from the second quarter of 2011 show that Windows Server accounted for "45.5% of overall quarterly factory revenue and 71.0% of all quarterly server shipments." The rest goes to Unix, mainframes, Linux and other platforms.

Microsoft's real server struggle is in the Web server space. Although Microsoft's IIS Web server software that's used with Windows powers more than 60 million websites, that only accounts for 16.8% of the market, which is dominated by the free software Apache, according to Netcraft.

Also according to Netcraft, nine of the 10 most reliable hosting companies run Linux or FreeBSD, with just one using Windows. Surveys by W3Techs show Linux and other Unix-like OSs account for 64% of websites.
These numbers wouldn't include private intranets, but the fast-growing world of the public Web is one where Microsoft would like a stronger foothold. Few people actually use Linux desktops, but Linux enthusiasts will tell you that when you point your browser to Google or Facebook, you're using a Linux-powered service.

Microsoft's Web server problems date to the early 2000s when security holes gave the company's technology a bad reputation, Gillen says.

The technology has improved, but Linux and Apache are free, and therefore hard to beat.
"I think they've got the technology there, they're marketing it pretty well," Miller says. "The [Microsoft] server guys are running on all cylinders and understand how these things are working."

Office 365, released this year, brings Microsoft's Exchange, SharePoint, Lync and Office to the cloud, and has been well received, an important step in Microsoft's competition against Google Apps. Perhaps just as important to Microsoft's long-term success is Windows Azure, a service that lets developers build Web applications and host them in Microsoft data centers.

At the recent LinuxCon conference, open source advocates said the next innovative Internet businesses along the lines of Google or Facebook will almost certainly be built on Linux.

Still, Azure alone would have to be a giant hit to eliminate Microsoft's Web server worries. Azure attracted just 31,000 customers who built 5,000 applications in its first year of existence.

"Public Web servers are a very important dimension for Microsoft to be successful in," Gillen says. "If they can't win there, that does suggest there is a good opportunity for cloud to land on Linux as well."

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Most likely Gadgets by new Generation

"Lets check the choice of new Generation"

"Nowadays everybody wants to be updated with the new emerging technologies. and today we have a lot of Gadgets like( iPhone 57-inch Samsung GalaxyGooglerola tabletNew Apple TVMicrosoft Xbox 720 and Samesung Omia W) with rich in style  with> new advanced technologies and ultimate features."

Let us check them out with me-
Most awaited gadgets,bellow all cal knocks your door within a year.they will be very useful to gadgets lover.
As a potential buyer you always look out for what's the new gadget buzzing in the market. And India is no doubt a gadget freak country, always eager to land on the latest device, be it hardware or software.

So what more does the tech world has for you to offer in the year ahead. Let's get a sneak peek into the most awaited gadgets to arrive in the market.

  • iPhone5: Undoubtedly Apple's innovation in the smartphone world awaits them to come up with their next version of iPhone, iPhone 5.
News surrounding Apple iPhone5 have been doing the rounds with new twist and tales every now and then. Initial speculations revealed that Apple is all set to launch iPhone 5 on September 2011. 

As far as design of the product is concern, it is speculated to be on the sleeker and thinner side with a slight teardrop taper toward the back of the phone. It might come along with a larger, edge-to-edge display and the mute button shifted to the opposite side, that too with a increased resolution. 

  • 7-inch Samsung Galaxy:
    Samsung is expected to venture into the world of mini tablets with its 7-inch Samsung Galaxy. A leaked stated that the 7-inch device is said to be heading for release with a 1024 x 600p AMO LED display alongside a 3-megapixel rear-mounted camera and a second, forward-facing 2-meg snapper. 

  • Googlerola tablet 
    The news of Google acquiring Motorola mobility has spread the rumor mills strong that soon it will venture the market with a tablet which will be so meshing to watch out for. The combo from Google and Motorola will definitely have lots to offer. 

  • New Apple TV
    It has been long time since Apple has made any additions to Apple television sets. It is anticipated that soon Apple will reinvent the magic with its next version of Apple television sets. 

  • Microsoft Xbox 720 :

The experience of gaming will change altogether with the launch of Xbox 720 by Microsoft and the industry has been waiting very eagerly for this one. 

Microsoft is pursuing vigorously its plan to release the first of its Xbox series that is the Xbox 720. The plan to release the new game console has been in the news for few years now and lovers of the game had started to wonder whether Microsoft is actually serious about releasing the new game because of the delay. However Microsoft appeared determined to release the new game. The officials of the company have always used any available opportunity to convince people of their readiness to release the new game in shortest possible time. Experts on the game are not certain on what is delaying the release of the new game console.



  • Samsung seems to have got their strategy down pat in the world of smartphones – they’re doing gangbusters where the Android scene is concerned, selling more than 10 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S2 to date despite being launched rather recently, and while their own set of bada-powered phones aren’t doing too hot, Samsung still finds the time to support another operating system – Windows Phone, where the latest model to be announced would be the Samsung Omnia W that will be the first Samsung device that runs on Windows Phone Mango, the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system.

Monday, September 26, 2011

How to Make Windows startup Faster

Make your PC smart and fast

If  your Windows take really long to start-up, make Your windows startup faster by using some techniques. As you  know very well this problem mainly occurs regularly with windows XP as well as with Windows Vista.
make windows startup fasterWell, you are not alone with this problem but fortunately, with some minor tweaks, you can get your sluggish Windows to start much faster without re-installing Windows or adding any new hardware.
The logic is fairly simple. Your computer loads quite a few software programs and services during start-up (look at all the icons in your Windows System tray). If you can trim this list, your computer’s boot time will increase.
windows dusting and cleaning

Windows Dusting and Cleaning

This is the best way to increase startup time by using  following steps:
1. Clean out the Registry: The larger your Windows Registry, the longer the OS will take to boot. My favorite Registry cleaner is ChemTable's $30 Reg Organizer, which is both a powerful Registry editor and a general Windows maintenance tool. If you don't want to pay to put things in order, try the less-powerful EasyCleaner from ToniArts.
2. Use fewer fonts: Loading hundreds of system fonts takes time. If you have more than 500 fonts on your PC, remove a few. Sue Fisher's free The Font Thing utility will help you whittle your font selection down to size.
3. Add RAM
4.  Click on Start, then Run, and type "msconfig"
5.  Look under the boot.
6.  Uninstall all unrequired programs.
7. Delete tthe temporary files periodically from your computer to make the application run faster.
8. Perform a scandisk to see that your computer hard drive is in healthy condition.
9. Always perform a Disk Defragmentation at least once a month.
"By Using an Utility Program"

You can use a free utility called Soluto and it helped reduce the start-up time of my Windows computer from 3.15 minutes to around 1.25 minutes. All this with a few easy clicks and without confusing the user with any technical jargon.
After Soluto  installation, it sorts your start-up programs list into three categories:
  • No-brainer – remove these programs from start-up with giving a second thought.
  • Potentially removable – another list of start-up programs that may also be removed   provided you know what these programs do.
  • Required – Certain programs and services are required to run Windows properly and therefore should not be removed.
windows dusting and cleaning
Depending upon the software app, you may then either choose “Pause” to completely remove that app from the start-up queue or choose “Delay” when you want the app to run automatically but not immediately at start-up. Soluto will launch the “delayed” app once the boot up is over and your system is idle.
You can also hover the mouse over any program name and Soluto will display the number of seconds that the app adds to the start-up time. And don't bother about making mistakes because Soluto has a useful "Undo all" feature that will restore the start-up list to the original state with a click.
Once you are done classifying your start-up programs list, reboot the computer and you should notice a difference between the start-up time.
Where to download Soluto?
The official site for Soluto is soluto.com but in order to download the program, you should head over to mysoluto.com.
Alternatives to Soluto
If you are tech-savvy, you can also use a utility like Sysinternals Autoruns to manually prevent all the non-essential Windows processes and programs from running at start-up.
Just uncheck all the Autorun entries and Services that you don't wish to load at startup and reboot your system. You’ll however need a separate program to get the “delay” feature which is so handy in Solute.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Google's green: energy efficient computing

"Better web and Better for the environment"

"Google prides itself on its green operations and puts great effort into cutting down energy use as much as possible and using renewable energy for the power it does need."

Google efforts for Green: 
  • Google spent €200 million ($273 million) for its new data center and two years converting an old paper mill factory into a state-of-the-art data center.
  • And it was well worth it, the company will save a lot of money on energy bills thanks to the use of seawater for the cooling and the colder climate in the area.
  • Google chose the site of an old paper mill that shut down in 2008 due to lack of demand. The mill already had a huge seawater cooling system built, to keep the machinery cold.
  • Now, Google has converted the cooling system to keep its thousands of servers from overheating. Google used a water-to-water exchange in the data center and relies on the low ambient temperature to do most of the cooling.

Google've worked hard to reduce the amount of energy our services use. In fact, to provide you with Google products for a month—not just search, but Google+, Gmail, YouTube and everything else they have to offer—our servers use less energy per user than a light left on for three hours.

Google's green

They’ve learned a lot in the process of reducing our environmental impact, so they’ve added a new section called “The Big Picture” to our Google Green site with numbers on our annual energy use and carbon footprint.

Whenever possible, They use renewable energy. We have a large solar panel installation at our Mountain View campus, and we’ve purchased the output of two wind farms to power our data centers. For the greenhouse gas emissions they can’t eliminate, they purchase high-quality carbon offsets.
Google's green: energy efficient computing

By investing hundreds of millions of dollars in renewable energy projects and companies, we’re helping to create 1.7 GW of renewable power. That’s the same amount of energy used to power over 350,000 homes, and far more than what their operations consume(Says Google).

Finally, Their products can help people reduce their own carbon footprints. The study (PDF) we released yesterday on Gmail is just one example of how cloud-based services can be much more energy efficient than locally hosted services helping businesses cut their electricity bills.

Visit Google Green site to find out more.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Search Engine Optimization[SEO] Tools,Tips and Techniques

              What is SEO?  Why SEO?  How SEO?

"Search engine optimization ,known as SEO , is a a process and art of obtaining ranking for a site under relevant keyword phrases. Search engine optimization (SEO) includes the choice of keywords used in the text paragraphs and the placement of those words on the page, both visible and hidden inside meta tags."
SEO tools tips and techniques
  
Four Key Steps to Increase SEO:
  • The first step is to any effort to obtain ranking is to do keyword research. Key research is the process of mining data to determine the extract phrase. These extracted phrases are then updated on your sites.
  • The second step is building the pages that the Search Engine Optimization India robots can actually read. Millions and millions of sites are unable to do this. Simple and Easy rule of KISS(keep it short and simple) should be applied.
  • Third step is to tie the phrases in Second. Different strategies should be used to focus on how to place relevant key phrases in the text. Key phrases should be placed in first two lines.
  • Fourth step is getting indexed in Search Engine. A better approach is to trade a few links or write an article and submit it to article directories. The SEO India robots will find your site naturally & index it within a reasonable amount of time 
        Our friends over at Search Engine Land released an awesome new infographic that uses the periodic table format to explain all of the SEO ranking factors. Two versions of the infographic are below, but you can download the full-sized version from Search Engine Land
SEO keywords
Website SEO improvement
SEO ranking Factors

Marketing Takeaway:

SEO has a lot of ranking factors. Examine the information in this infographic to understand the elements that might currently be missing from your search engine marketing strategy. Understand that SEO today is about far more than keyword stuffing and link building.
 Free Download - Improving SEO: A Practical Guide:

Use SEO to drive more visitors to your site.

 Download this free eBook for tutorials on keyword research, on-page SEO, link-building, and tips for ongoing SEO improvement!

    SEO Advantage:
    • Cost effectiveness
    • Online reputation management and Competitive advantages
    • Pulling market
    • Meeting buyers requirement
    • Improved customer service
    • Risk monitoring
    • Long lasting results
    • Information marketing
    • Brand awareness and perceptions
    • Dramatic increase in brand visibility

    Wednesday, September 21, 2011

    Google Wallet launches: Say goodbye to traditional wallets

    "Google officially launched 'Wallet', the first pay by phone service"


    Google Wallet is an Android app that makes your phone your wallet. It stores virtual versions of your existing plastic cards on your phone. Simply tap your phone to pay and redeem offers using near field communication, or NFC. 

    Google Wallet FeaturesAhead of other companies, Google Wallet launched first on the Samsung Nexus S on the Sprint Nextel network. Also partnered in the initial scheme are Citibank and MasterCard.
    As other Android phones are fitted with the NFC (near field communication) technology, more like services will appear on the market.


    Google also said today that it has licensed NFC technology from other major credit card companies: American Express, Visa, and Discover. This means that upcoming versions of Google Wallet will support those credit cards as well.

    "In the future, our goal is to make it possible for you to add all of your payment cards to Google Wallet, so you can say goodbye to even the biggest traditional wallets," said Osama Bedier, vice president of payments at Google.



    How Google Wallet works

    Metro is windows8 future: Says Microsoft


    "Microsoft to developers: Metro is your future"

    Silverlight and .Net are not dead (yet). But Metro is really the future for Windows8, Microsoft is telling developers on the opening day of Build.

    "Metro” is the name of the design language that Microsoft pioneered with Windows Phone 7 "

    This technology gave users an option to down the a Windows Desktop Update that allowed then to bind HTML content to the desktop in the form of a wallpaper replacement and desktop items that were synchronized automatically when connected to the web.
     

    Classification  of Windows 8 applications:
    • One is “Metro Style” applications. These are the modern, immersive applications that are going to get front-and-center billing. Developers writing Metro Style apps can code them in C, C++, C#, Visual Basic, HTML5/JavaScript and/or using XAML. The inclusion of XAML here implies “Jupiter,” I’d say, even though Microsoft officials never used that codename during our prebrief yesterday. Jupiter is the XAML/UI layer on top of Windows 8 that enables Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) apps to work on the platform.
    • The second class of applications that can be built and run on Windows 8 PCs and tablets is called “Desktop” applications. These are applications that users can access by clicking on the Desktop tile in Windows 8. They don’t have to be immersive; they can look and feel like classic Windows applications that don’t assume that users will want/need to rely on touch as the primary way that they interact with them. Examples of existing Desktop apps that will work on Windows 8 are things like Photoshop or Intuit.
    Microsoft’s execs are emphasizing that Windows 8 is a no-compromise platform. They are positioning it as an operating system that can be all things to all people. But make no mistake: Microsoft sees Metro Style apps as the future.

    At Build, there are lots and lots of sessions aimed at educating developers about the new app model for Windows 8, and how developers can use HTML5 and JavaScript to write the new, immersive, “Metro style” applications for the platform. There are very few about .Net, Visual Basic and C#. And there are none that I noticed on how/when/if developers can use non-Microsoft tools and frameworks (PHP, Ruby, etc.) to write Windows8 apps. And there are none on Silverlight.
    Hence the core technologies those might be use in Metro style are:
    • HTML5
    • Java script
    • VB/C#
    • C/C++
    • XAML
    Windows8 with metro UI Tools and Features

    Disable Windows 8 Metro UI

    "Disable:Windows 8 Metro  OR Windows 8 Start Screen"

    The recently released Windows 8 Developer Preview build introduces the Metro style user interface to the desktop. The Metro style user interface shows the important information on the Start screen with the help of live tiles. The new user interface is built for touch but works fine with keyboard and mouse too.

    But it seems some Windows 8 users are having issues with the new Metro interface. If you are one of those who are trying to get rid of the new Metro, here is a small application that helps you disable the Metro features such as Ribbon Explorer, Start Screen and Lock Screen. And, if you are trying to get back the good old Start menu, read  how to enable Start menu in Windows8.

    Process to Control Metro UI:

    Metro Controller is a tiny tool ,developed by our friend hb860, to disable the Windows8 Metro UI with a mouse click. The tool lets you disable the Windows Explorer Ribbon, Metro Start screen, and lock screen. 

    disable windows8 metro UI feature
    Step 1: Download the Metro Controller zip file from here. Extract the zip to get MetroController.exe file with other necessary files required to disable the Metro.

    Step 2: Run MetroController.exe file, click Disable all new features button to disable Start screen, Ribbon Explorer and Lock screen. If you would like to disable only Start screen and lock leaving the Ribbon Explorer, click on the second option Disable only Metro features button.
     

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