After spending over an hour trying to embrace 'new technology' it suddenly occured to me how much time we must spend searching the internet for things when one simple phone call would have dealt with my enquiry! After clicking on the links on a post about new music, I came across a piece that I hadn't realised had been arranged as a horn solo. Quite excited about this, as it is a favourite song of mine I investigated further. This piece of music offered through Bernaerts did not state a price, so I thought, I wonder if Band Supplies has it in stock. Hence a search on the internet for their website. Glorious, you could download an up-to-date catalogue. Great, only you needed Adobe. Not knowing whether I have this programme oops: ) I pressed to download. OMG! I've now got something on my computer that I have no idea how to use. Photoshop? What's that for? After going through all the different downloads, installation, etc, etc, and having to close all my current open programmes down, the computer then needed to restart. Finally, after installation was complete, I searched for the band supplies catalogue. Being a 'thickie' re computers, I didn't realise that installing Adobe did not mean the 'catalogue' was there for me to view. So back to the band supplies website, I pressed to download the catalogue. After viewing the cataloge, I realised I had downloaded the 'instrument catalogue' and not the 'music catalogue'! So back to downloading the music catalogue. And guess what? They don't stock the piece I was looking for. Now, this all took over an hour! Why didn't I just do it the old fashioned way and pick up the phone? I probably would have got the information I needed after 1 minute! Anyway, now that I have got Adobe installed on my computer, can anyone explain to me why I need it? Or should I just delete it? A very frustrated computer illiterate person.