Windows Movie Make doesn't seem to be a good example.
You have chef's advice and the link has a lot of info.
If you don't mind to get a commercial product a beginner's level you can look for Ulead VideoStudio, or Pinnacle and Magix similar packages - not that expensive and the last versions seem to accept, or at least to import VOB files for editing.
I don't get the idea of "raw VOB" fles, as VOB are part of DVD structure and the result other formats you input during the authoring process, the closest being Mpeg2 DVD compatible files (that get some more information at the header level to become VOBs), and all these are compressed files. Maybe you intend to refer to re-rendering the files, and that will depend on your editing, used package and fianl file size.
For simple cuts and keeping the compression ratio, some software doesn't re-render the files.