There are already programs to skip the upcoming Windows 8 interface
The upcoming Windows 8 has an interface
formerly known as Metro and call Modern which is easy to use, convenient and intuitive, provided that occupy from one tablet. To use the operating system from a desktop computer or a laptop, or from non-touch screens, Windows 8 is not exactly the most ideal working tool.
Aware of this problem, and thinking that Microsoft does not give the option to enter direct to the desktop Interface (although it no longer has the classic start button that accompanied us from Windows 95), a company called Thinix offers for $4, 95 a program called RetroUI that can change the way the operating system starts.
Installing the software (which has a trial period of 14 days), one can choose the system to load directly to the desktop, either after boot or when active again after autobloquearse. Also one can straight off the interface, including menu access from the corners and bars ‘charm’.
Link: Bypass the Windows 8 Start screen with RetroUI (CNet)Tags: graphic interface, Interface, Interfaces, Microsoft, modern, Modern UI, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 RTM