New Software: Are new features or changed features harder to adapt to?

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When installing a new version of software, we all understandthat there will be some time needed to get used to the new package. It’s not just the new features that require a learning curve, but those features in the older version that have been changed, moved around, or omitted entirely.Of the more recent software packages you have purchased, what are some of the changes that gave you the biggest fits?

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  • BigKat
    the Microsoft Office Ribbon - nothing was where I was used to finding it
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  • SmitaMishra
    Even if the new features are really good, you take time to get adjusted to it unless they are super fun to use and super easy. But if the features are confusing, unwanted and hence irritating then it makes life more difficult. Biggest Fits for me in recent history : Gmail - Unwanted labels that just wont go - namely - Social, Promotions, Updates.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Most any upgrade done by Microsoft. It seems like you do not get simple upgrades. You get complete rewrites.
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