Tom and I have been struggling a bit getting to know our new operating system.
Our computer was having issues and so a week and a half ago our tech guy, Tad, cleaned it up and installed Windows 7, where before we had Windows Vista. Lots of things have moved around.
We backed everything up with Carbonite. Tad worked on the change remotely last week while we were away, and Carbonite restored many of our settings and programs, so when we got back last Friday we were anxious to see how it worked. The real test for me is downloading photos and publishing them on my blog. I found I still had to install Google Chrome to sync right with my blog. Picture storage is more complicated because there are so many more options, and I have to remember which tab or screen has which tools, like 'Crop' and even 'Delete'.
We will need some advice about how to set some things up to work better for us. How are you supposed to know how to do things when there is no manual? "Help" seldom does.
It's taking me a bit longer to select photos and post them, but as you can see from previous posts, I'm finding a way.
One thing is for sure: if you want to keep up in this modern era, you have to keep learning.