In Windows 8, you can easily open the Metro interface to use apps and the taskbar to access the Windows desktop, but you can’t access the Metro UI.
That’s because you can only open the task bar in Windows 10.
This is because in Windows 9 and 10, Microsoft introduced a new, more powerful version of the taskbars, the Metro Style bar, which was designed to support a wide variety of apps.
However, Microsoft also added new features to the Metro style bar to make it more accessible, including a swipe-based interface and the ability to use a touch-sensitive keyboard and trackpad to interact with the Metro app.
This article will walk you through the steps to access Windows 10 Metro Style bars in Windows.