Listen up Windows Vista and Windows 7 owners, Microsoft has just released its latest version of Windows Live Movie Maker, so you can get your movie video editing on. With the functionality to render a 1080p widescreen video, add transitions, and rearrange the order of slides, the new version is worth taking a look at. Once your video is finished, you have the ability to send it to YouTube, save to your hard drive, or burn to a DVD — directly from the software. Now I'm an Apple iMovie gal myself, but by the sounds of it, Live Movie Maker is pretty similar. I'd love to hear feedback from someone who has used both.