If you are a Windows 8 Consumer Preview or just looking forward to the upcoming operating system from Microsoft, you can now have the Metro UI style in Google Chrome with the help of an extension. MySites is a browser extension which will add the Metro UI style to the New Tab in Chrome, displaying most visited websites or bookmarks in a live tile style.
Microsoft released Windows 8 Consumer Preview for download but some users do not have a computer that is capable of running the Metro UI with all the visual that it comes with. This means that some features like the Aero Glass are automatically disabled by Windows for best performance.
If you are going to use Windows 8 Consumer Preview as soon as it will be made available to the general public, you should make sure that you know how to enable or disable Metro UI in Windows 8 using desktop context menu. This tutorial will show you what are the steps that must be followed if you would like to enable or disable the Metro UI, with just a single click. This guide also comes in hand if you do not want to install any additional registry tweak software.