I have always been a Linux user. I maintained a Windows system on a corner of the disk of an old laptop. Only reason was to be able to update my TomTom.\r\n\r\nNow the windows has network problems. Could not solve it in 3 hours. Decided to give up windows altogether. Too much annoying work for TomTom update. \r\n\r\nI have paid for the map updates, so I am tempted to try another way to update. when I connect my TomTom to my computer, I can see the contents of the TomTom disc. If TomTom provided me the map files, and the other updates, in a proper I could copy them into my TomTom. However, I am afraid that it is more complicated than that.\r\n\r\nSurfing the web, I have seen many people working on this issue but I have not yet encountered a solution straightforward enough for a non-nerd like me.\r\n\r\nI have also learnt that Microsoft is putting, or at least was putting, pressure on TomTom. To prevent TomTom from supporting Linux users?\r\n\r\nDoes TomTom have service points were I can get my device updated?