Download the Tom's Hardware Windows 8 Metro App Today

Like our readers, we at Tom's Hardware like to be at the very forefront of new technology. We're sure that many of you have already downloaded the Windows 8 Release Preview to give it a spin on your test machines. For those of you who have, we have a special Metro treat for you to enjoy.

We're proud to announce that the Tom's Hardware native Metro application is now available for those running Windows 8 Release Preview. Through the native Metro application, readers will have access to our guides to CPUs, Motherboards, Graphics Cards (GPUs), Storage (HDD, SDD, NAS). You'll also have access to the latest news and reports on new product releases.

If you find something that you want to share, you can easily do so from the Metro app to your Facebook or Twitter. For commuters or those who may be moving between data connections, there's also the option to preload articles for offline reading.

Download the Tom's Hardware Metro app for Windows 8 here.

If you haven't yet downloaded the Windows 8 Release Preview, you can grab it here.

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Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • atikkur
    no sample screen shot toms?
  • mayankleoboy1
    tough decision time......

    i love toms but i positively HATE win8
  • eddieroolz
    I agree, a sample screenshot would help a lot.
  • rrockman
    Hah!!! Right in the face of all the Windows 8 and Metro naysayers that abound around here!! Well done Tom's H, I'm liking you more than ever today!! :D
  • Dyseman
    Might want to remove the MAILTO: in both links. Anyways, checking it out.
  • CaedenV
    I'll check it later this evening

    ... I thought that you could only get metro apps through the Windows Store?
  • hoof_hearted
    I finally got Win8 up on my ESXI5 server and I have to say, it was not worth the effort, well maybo so, I am fully up-to-date with patches on ESXi, but cannot stand the lack of a start button. I know the schtik, we have to accept change. But can't they change things that the user community wants? Like fix the bug that when you sleep a laptop, it sleep consistantly?

    I am waiting for the metro virus that starts shifting those app tiles around like that little cheap plastic tile-puzzle thing.
  • ejb222
    Installed the other day....looks good!!!
  • math1337
    How about a desktop app while you're at it?

    I don't even want to use metro on my tablet.
  • Haserath
    What's the point when you can just come to the site?