I suppose software engineers have to keep dreaming up "new improved" software and keep adding features to stay employed, but I sure wish they'd leave something alone when it works and works well and is relatively easy to operate. Now the "new improved" Google maps comes up with all these windows that block the map every time I move the cursor - I don't WANT 99 new features, I was doing fine the way it was and had it pretty much all figured out. I suppose there's no way to cut out all that extra garbage? And I now only get the Lite version - on my small borrowed laptop I've just got Win 7 Starter - is that why? Altho I think it was that way at work, too, with regular Win 7. I'm not a 17 year old tech wizard - I'm a 68 yr old near retiree who doesn't need to spend the rest of my life trying to figure out how to use some new and improved software that does nothing other than give me frustration and misery. I'm reasonably competent with the normal software apps, but if they have to justify their jobs creating more complexity why can't they leave the existing version alone for us ordinary users?