Over the weekend, my IT department (read Hubby) decided it was finally time to update my computer.
I've been running Windows 2000 until a few months ago when he upgraded me to 2003. I had memory issues (not me, but my PC), so he decided to bite the bullet and get me a new machine with all the bells and whistles.
He/We knew it would be a nightmare for him. Hubby is a geek, but a Unix/Linux geek, not a Microsoft. He doesn't do Windows ( really he doesn't!). He kinda has to when I'm involved, since I don't do Linux.
Last night I had to scan some documents and figuring it out with my new tool - Office 2010/Windows 7 (thanks flurrious for pointing how little I do know about this!) is somewhat different than what I'm used to - has been challenging. When things don't work the way they used to I will ask Hubby (that is after I've tried many different options, of course!) and depending on his mood and answer I will do my best to just shut up and try to remain calm. It doesn't always work.
Unlike many people, I don't mind change. Change is good. Really. It's all part of the process, I get it. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some file sorting to do...