VISTA'S MULTIMEDIA features help third level students complete projects faster than most standalone multimedia programs. Take Windows Movie Maker, for example. It's in Windows XP Pro already and I consider it to be a very useful piece of software for editing movies and burning them on DVDs. There are some other practical Vista hacks below the break, including tips for the right-click context menu, using the Registry to customize screensavers, hacking Aero's glass borders, and tips for running an elevated command prompt.
Preston Gralla -- "Six Top Tips for Hacking Windows Vista."