Check out these screenshots to find out whats new in Windows 7.

Start Menu: the visual design of search box and shutdown/lock buttons are changed. The right panel is simplified. User Account Control : appeared only once during an installation. Thatís very nice to see Microsoft has decided to restrain UAC. The UI : Ribbon: First introduced in Office 2007 and now we can see it in Windows 7 Paint and WordPad. Sidebar to be dropped ?

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Source: ThinkNext.

Microsoft made it official today that Mail, Photo Gallery, and Movie Maker are being removed from Windows 7, to be replaced by the free Windows Live services.