Other than a rounded, more stylized Start menu, the changes in the Windows Vista desktop aren't immediately apparent to longtime Windows XP users. But look closely. For instance, within the Start menu there's no need to use All Programs. Instead, simply type the name of the app you're looking for and a shortcut will appear as a search result. If you miss All Programs, it's still there, but now it's a hierarchy with expandable sections. Instead of application lists building out onto the desktop, they push down the Start menu list.