> > You do realize that you can download the Developer's Build from Microsoft if you > > want, and try Metro. I downloaded it, and then found out I didn't have any blank > > DVDs, need to pick some up. You do need a blank hard drive, since it wants to have > a > > clean install, also you can't uninstall it. > > The public developer release doesn't support ARM.
True, but there isn't much you could run, if it did support ARM, since x86 code doesn't run on the ARM version.