Well, it looks like someone took a little bit of my ideas and tried them out on the Windows Movie Maker program. The one problem I have noticed with the Windows Movie Maker software is that I really like to keep everything in their own folder, not just my movies! It should be a very simple thing to do. This is what I did to solve this issue. I ran Windows Movie Maker and selected "Movie" from the program menu, then chose "Movie Studio" and from there, I could select the folder I wanted all my media files in.
Well, it works perfectly, but if you need to move it around and change the settings, you need to go to the start menu and click on the "screen Grabber" icon, and this should take you to the screen grabber screen. Now you can move it around and change it's properties from there. If you want your Windows Movie Maker project to load faster, then you might want to go in and change the" animate" to "animate none". I really enjoyed making my own movies using this software and am sure others will too.
These screengrabber tools are great for showing off your work to other people who may be interested in what you have made. The only problem I have experienced so far is that it does not seem to grab the whole screen when you use it, which means sometimes you have to scroll up or down a bit to get the full width. Other than that, the Screen Grabber really works perfectly! I would definitely recommend it!