Windows Whistler with a new interface?
Microsoft will add a new start menu to the successor to Windows Me and Windows 2000, which is currently under development under the code name Whistler and was sent to the first testers last week. This start menu is rather a star page that is based on DHTML and is completely integrated into the active desktop.
In the first beta version of Whistler, there is already a simple navigation to the important applications, as well as all functions of the old start menus. The start page offers the option of displaying a personal picture for each user, which further promotes the personalization of the menus. Here is a screenshot of the presumably new start page, which can change a lot until the final release of Windows.NET, codenamed Whistler.