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Paul Thurrott has posted his review of Microsoft's Windows Vista December 2005 CTP.  The December CTP offers quite a few noticeable GUI changes/enhancements and added security features.

You'll notice subtle improvements to the Windows Vista desktop as soon as it appears. The ugly Start button has been replaced by a prettier round Start button that loses the "Start" text but includes the Vista flag logo. The Start menu itself has been thoroughly overhauled as well, with a new layout and, on systems with Aero Glass, an icon preview that sticks up above the top level of the menu and animates as you mouse over items on the right side of the menu

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