The wife and I plan to go to Rome and north Tuscany next May. I can see how this would help finding interesting sites which aren't dealt well with on a "map."TOLady said:I love these. I downloaded and patched together a huge google map of Toronto Islands and when I kayak, I use a GPS. When I come back, I can download my tracks to see exactly on the map where I've been. It's also handy if you're planning a kayak/canoe trip to see how far between spots. Girls and boys and all their toys!! *LOL* This is soooo cool.
Rose, I think you need a broadband connection to receive the graphic map data.rose_canyon said:Re:Google Earth
It says under FAQ system requirements that broadband/cable 128 is needed.
Does this mean if I have 56 k dial up I'll mess up my computer if I try to download and use Google Earth? Or does it just mean if I try to use it that it will be reaaaaly slow, maybe freeze images now and then etc? I have a suitable graphics chip, memory, Intel pentium 4HT, etc... I just don't have the internet connection speed/broadband or cable.
Thanks for your wisdom.