Change is always hard.
About a month ago I tried to turn on my computer in the kitchen, and nothing happened. We took it to Bill, our computer guy; his diagnosis was a dead mother board. The computer had been built quite a few years ago (although we'd had it updated and refurbished a couple of times). In computer terms it was geriatric, and the Windows software was several generations behind, so we decided to get a new computer.
Bill ordered the parts and built the tower for us. He brought it to the house over the weekend and set it up. I'm still trying to get used to it.
I was very familiar with the old programs. The departed computer had the XP versions of Word, Excel, and Outlook. The new system has Office 2010. My laptop has 2007 versions of some of the software, so I'm not completely unfamiliar with it, but the new Microsoft Outlook is messing with my mind!
The files from the old computer all got transferred but some of the programs did not Every day I look for something I need and it's not there. I've already added iTunes and a couple of time-wasting games, but the Quicken and photo software is still MIA. I'm sure I'll find more.
Learning new things can be stressful, but I'm confident that I'll master this!