Yesterday, my boyfriend downloaded two apps on my Esteem that was from the Metro app store. Well, I don't know how to get rid of them since they're not from the Google store. Help?
I bought a nexus s 4g from someone and they had it flashed to metro previously and just removed their account 5 days ago. When I call 611 it goes to metro...but when I took it into Metro corporate store, the guy said I need to take it to a store that does flashing and have them do some programming. what can I do without spending more money than I already have?
I recently lost my metro pcs sim card when I dropped my phone and every metro store I have been to doesn't seem to have any in their store so I bought a regular sim card from walmart (it fits) but I cannot figure out how to activate it (I want it to be activated for use through metro and not through walmart's plan) Can anyone help me?
Here is a reminder for developers who want to write apps for Windows 8′s Metro mode (or whatever Microsoft prefers to call it these days): the only way to distribute your apps to consumers is through the Windows Store. This isn’t actually a new policy but one that Microsoft announced a year ago.
I have Windows 8.1. I also use Start8 so my desktop looks like Windows 7. When I try and clean up the start menu, by deleting short cuts of programs I don't use, like metro apps (PC Settings & Store) once I delete these short cuts I can no longer access PC settings or Store. When I click PC settings in the Metro Menu it does nothing. Same with Store app.
What is the best way to list all currently running Metro apps in Windows 8, included those which have been minimized by dragging them down to the bottom of the screen?
Initially, I assumed the "Switcher" bar on the left hand side provided a convenient way to see all Metro apps; however, it now seems that any apps that are minimised do not appear anywhere except the Task Manager.