Our colleagues in the US have got their hands on an alpha version of the upcoming Vista replacement from Microsoft, Windows 7.
Take a look to see the changes that have been made to the menus, with a new login screen, better file transfer via Bluetooth and a feature taken from Office 2007 called ribbons.
This groups tasks into sets in an attempt to make things easier, although it does mean that all the buttons you're used to seeing have been moved around. The video also looks at the improved User Account control, to try and reduce the annoying pop-up messages you get in Vista.
We're expecting to see Windows 7 around 2010, although there's an outside chance it'll be ready for Christmas 2009.