Seriously! You're completely put off by the fact that the option to disable metro isn't provided by Microsoft?!!! So regardless of the fact that is does EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT IT TO, it's not from Microsoft so it doesn't count. You don't have a point. You think the fact that it has be a built in option matters, but it doesn't. At the end of the day, it does what you want it to. I don't believe that if the option was offered by Microsoft that your stance would be any different. If your desire was to actually get rid of metro, then you would happily take the wonderful application that I linked to, and use it. Windows doesn't have any sort of built in bandwidth limiting. Netlimiter is my savior. Well, it's not built into the OS so I better avoid it and wait for Microsofts own iteration.... Still nothing? I'm sure it will come along any minute now. I mean I suppose I could actually focus on fixing the problem and get the software. See what I'm getting at? Don't like Metro? Disable it. Don't want to count the app because it's not built in? Then just shutup. No I understand. The fact that there isn't a built in option is dumb. I don't know why there didn't put it in there. But it's a moot point because with one simple click, you can disable it, you just need to install this simple application.