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Windows 8: METRO in no more !

This is official: Windows 8 Metro is DEAD – long live Windows 8 Metro!  Microsoft has KILLED its Metro nomenclature for Windows 8, but obviously, the company has not killed off the Metro interface.

A potential trademark dispute has forced Microsoft to drop the Metro name for Windows 8’s blocky, tile-based interface. Instead of Metro, Microsoft has told developers to simply refer to the blocky display as a “Windows 8 style UI” for the time being.

Microsoft has issued a statement quoted all over the Internet, which states: “We have used Metro style as a code name during the product development cycle across many of our product lines. As we get closer to launch and transition from industry dialog to a broad consumer dialog we will use our commercial names.

It’s true code names can and do change as their products approach their shipping deadlines, but it’s not always the case: Silverlight, Microsoft’s one-time Flash killer wannabe, still retains its name from its development days.

Now, the wait for Microsoft’s new name for Metro begins, along with the interminable wait for the release of Windows 8 at retail and preloaded onto desktops, notebooks, ultrabooks and tablet on October 26 .

 
 
 
 
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