Gone are the days of Aero glass, Metro is here to stay, both on the start screen and the desktop interface. WinUnleaked showed off
the screenshots today, which reveal mostly what we expected, albeit with an extra option.
The screenshots below depict a flatter, cleaner and more colorful interface for the desktop that is consistent across the OS. In the latest builds, you are able to enable an option that lets you keep the taskbar color separate from the window color. Whilst some buttons have been updated, many still feature the Vista-era glossy icons. Hopefully that will change in a later build.
Colors are customizable, as in previous releases, but the default options are all pastel colors, just like the set found in the start screen.