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Windows 8 Metro Task Manager for XP, Vista and 7

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UPDATE: New version released which comes with some fixes and UI updates. Check homepage for full changelog.

This small and portable utility has been created by AskVG reader "Masroor Aijaz aka JX Great" which provides Windows 8 look-like Metro Task Manager in Windows XP, Vista and 7.

Check out following link for more information and instructions:

Get Windows 8 Look-Like Metro Task Manager in Windows XP, Vista and 7
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JerryRush's avatar
The Task Manager like sucks. FNAF - Chica when she burns her pizza dIgITaL StYLe 
Arcticus1010's avatar
i thought this would be a replacement
TheRadiationMaster's avatar
You can replace it manually i think.Make a backup of taskmgr.exe in C:\WINDOWS\system32.Then rename this program to taskmgr.exe then drag it into the C:\WINDOWS\System32 directory.See if that works.
djeos546's avatar
I think the default taskmanager is much better (more options)
It's better for slow computers (no additional program) and for good computers (more options & more things in it...) so a patch to make the W7 task manager look a bit like in W8 would be great :)
zydrius32's avatar
I totally agree with ~djeos546, it would be perfect if someone would edit the original "taskmgr.exe" to something like Win8's.
djeos546's avatar
thanx :D
I still think that extra programs are bad because they slow down the computers...
Del-Korey's avatar
Very nice but if u make the app with customize tray icon it will be great but thank u for sharing.
Quaz1957's avatar
VG - "thank's for design/developing another windows tools winner - your the man my friend !!"
samiwieciekto's avatar
Small iconless advertisment link - that's unexpected.

I want to believe that those are only screenshot compression artifacts on expand button *cough* also still if it refers to other application rather than actually expanding in-app section, link label would seem more suitable for that.
dAKirby309's avatar
dAKirby309Professional Interface Designer
Nice, very minimal and beautiful! And I like the icons you used! ;)
Vishal-Gupta's avatar
Thank you. :)
PeterRollar's avatar
PeterRollarHobbyist General Artist
Works fine.:) A click on more details opens the original taskmanager. Good stuff.:clap:
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