The Windows Vista user interface is designed to provide simple and intuitive access to the tools and information you need to do useful work.
Files are organized on your computer in a folder structure. You can locate files by navigating through folders, or by entering file information in the Start Search box.
You can locate Windows Vista settings and tools by clicking links in Control Panel or by entering search terms in the Control Panel Search box.
The Start menu tracks recently opened files and programs so that you can easily reopen them.
You can create and rearrange shortcuts to programs, folders, and files so that you can open them directly from the Start menu, desktop, or Quick Launch toolbar.
You can customize the Windows desktop, ...