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Knowing what these products do, it's not a surprise that these services are being retired in favor of Bing Maps.Both of these applications are examples of how applications are moving to the browser.Local travel is what the Tom-Tom and Garmin units are designed for.But where S&T beats the small units hands down is when planning long distance trips.All you have to do is click on the route and drag the route marker where you want to go.
(It's actually the same drawing toolbar that appears in MS Word or Excel.) Annoyingly, the overlay files these markups (and any plotted points) are saved into .
Microsoft has recently announced that it is retiring two of its mapping products, Map Point and Streets and Trips.
Both of these services have received their last update and will soon be retired in favor of Microsoft's premier mapping product, Bing Maps.
Map Point contains numerous data import and analysis tools not present in Streets or Autoroute.
(In the past, Map Point was updated on the even-numbered years only.
However, the 2008 cover date was skipped and a "Map Point 2009" released in late August/early September 2008. Map Point seems to now be on an every-year update schedule just like Streets/Auto Route) On-screen, the programs look nearly identical.