Windows Movie Maker is not included in Win7, however it can be easily imported from Vista to Win7. Microsoft offer Windows Live Movie Maker as a substitute, but it cannot edit audio files whereas the Vista version can. Open Vista Program files and copy the folder entitled: "Movie Maker". Paste the folder intact into Win7 Program files. Create a shortcut to desktop by opening the "Movie Maker" folder & right clicking the file "MOVIEMK". Click: "Send to desktop as shortcut". If desired, the shortcut on the desktop can be copied and pasted into the "Start Menu" which is found using the following: 1. Open any folder. In top taskbar click: Tools \ Folder Option \ View Tab \ Dot: "Show hidden files, folders & drives". 2. Open Win7 C:\ Program Data \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Start Menu \ Programs Simply paste the desktop shortcut into the programs folder, and reset folder view to normal.