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Microsoft Streets and Trips 2007 03 October 2005

4 stars (Nice upgrade to a good product) - I have been a Streets & Trips user
Publisher: Microsoft
Category: Hobbies
Version: 03 October 2005
License: shareware
Cost: 35.99$
Size: 28.00 KB
Updated: 25 Oct 2006
Microsoft Streets and Trips 2007 review:4 stars (Nice upgrade to a good product) - I have been a Streets & Trips user for at least four versions (probably more, but I remember back to 2003, so I will stick with that). It seems I get hooked into getting a new version every time I see one at Sam's. A few years ago, I got a GPS unit and have loved the integration with newer versions of Streets & Trips./> />/> />On the whole, I purchased this version of S&T primarily for the voice directions. As I am normally the navigator in the car (wife loves to drive), I will probably never use this feature that much, but it is nice to have./> />/> />What I find most useful:/> />/> />* Drag and drop rerouting. So much fun to be able to reset my path without having to add mutliple "stops" in between. Still not perfect, but a much needed addition./> />/> />* Driving Guidance pane: Nice having something pop up that does not take over the map (like our Honda Odysee does - showing my geekness now?)./> />/> />* Locate me. If you use WiFi on your laptop (who doesn't) and can find a network, you can get a good idea of where you are. I may be the only one who thinks this is cool (esp. when you can always plug in GPS, but I think it is cool)./> />/> />* Night map style. Nothing really special, but having the ability to have a night map that is not glaring white is a nice addition when you are driving around with the map on in the evening./> />/> />I have read the other reviews and have a few words. /> />/> />* Yes, it is possible that there is not as much detail. I would assume Microsoft, like everyone else, purchases this information, so you will find that most products mimic the same routes, as there are few providers out there. I have not experienced any problems in my area, but I can see how this might be of concern. The naming of roads has always been a bit nasty, IMO, but I have not found a product that is a...

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