How to get Windows 8 Metro Apps Screen on Windows 7
To follow all the information you want and launch your favorite applications on Windows 7, probably use several tools or software, which is not always practical. With the free Rainmeter , you can configure your Windows 7 to display anything you want to control.
This can be system parameters: processor speed, amount of memory used, network transfer rates, general information: notes, date and time, weather or information from your favorite sites from RSS feeds.
Rainmeter is composed of small modules that you may have and set as you like. While effect is customizable. And to format all that, Rainmeter is based on a variety of skins, some of which are truly magnificent example inspired the skin Omnimo Windows 8 and Windows Phone.
Download and install Rainmeter:
Rainmeter is at once an application and a toolkit. You are only limited by your imagination and creativity. Download it from here and follow the steps mentioned below:
Re: How to get Windows 8 Metro Apps Screen on Windows 7
Changing the Interface Theme:
On the next start, Rainmeter will be on with different modules displayed on the screen. Information about CPU usage and memory are displayed along with your IP address, a Google search box ... Here is how you can customized it:
You have installed Omnimo: Here how to configure the interface.
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