Re: Google webmail tutorials
On Sat, Sep 24, 2022 at 11:43 AM, Robert Logue wrote:
It helps to look at the view menu when TB seems strange.-
Agreed. Also, and it's usually when there are major version number jumps, you may need to redo the column arrangement that's shown, too.
For myself, I did not see any radical changes in the UI when I recently updated from the 91.X series to the 102.X series.
Unless a vendor has a long-term servicing option for a given version when new versions come out, going to the new version is the only thing that makes sense. You're either going to have issues with initial adjustment to a new, but supported, version or keep encountering ongoing issues over time as an unsupported version becomes "rickety" in many ways. I saw this happen with Outlook 2010 (and Office 2010 more generally) as well as Windows Live Mail (which I continued to recommend even after it was out of support, for some years, but stopped when it started having more issues than it was worth working around).
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044
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