When folks begin moving en-mass to Windows 7, one of the tools they’ll miss is Windows Movie Maker. That’s because Microsoft decided to remove it from the base Windows install and incorporate it into their Windows Live offerings. However, it is stripped down and doesn’t offer near the features that the built-in Vista Movie Maker version offers. The good news, though, is that Microsoft has made Movie Maker 2.6 available for download and it works in Windows 7. So if Windows Live Movie Maker doesn’t float your boat, head over and get that download.