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  • J. White - Works Great On My Windows 8 Machine

    Installed the software on a Windows 8 - 64 bit machine. The software installed without problems with no error messages. Before further testing I installed the latest software update. The interface presented to the user has changed somewhat with this version of Quickbooks. I happen to like it although I am sure some people won't . During testing I encountered no problems with basic operation whatsoever. This program is highly recommended.

  • Backfeed - Many improvements & looks good

    If you want to learn something new you have to invest the time. Clearly most negative reviewers here haven't. For the most part, Windows 8 is not that different from window 7.
    First watch some youtube tutorials then customize the desktop & new start screen, learn a few shortcuts keys (like win key & win+C) and change a few program defaults and windows 8 is impressive.
    If you don't like the mouse hover required to bring up some menus (for example), learn the shortcut (win+C for charms menu), or create a desktop shortcut, this is windows and still very customizable.
    If you don't like the new start screen, put all your most used program shortcuts on the old desktop and you can easily avoid the new start screen all together.
    Many improvements in: task manager, file explorer, download speed graph, tablet apps, just to name a few.
    You get the best of both worlds, tablet apps and pc made programs. I have only mildly explored the available apps, it is clear the windows store needs more work but it is new and because Microsoft is huge, I am sure the quantity (at least) will grow quickly. Some apps are pointless on a PC but others provide a unique service or feature. If this new apps feature created problems or slowed down my system, I would hate its addition but since windows 8 runs very well and fast, they are a very cool bonus.
    Personally I really like the new start screen, I put shortcuts for all my programs, utilities and files and folders there. It is hard to consistently use this though because every time you open something that is not a tablet app, you get sent to the old desktop. They should be integrated better, while still providing access to the file structure and all the extensive traditional PC admin options lacking on mobile devices.
    I have been looking at that old desktop screen for over 10 years now and welcome this very good looking new change.

  • Todd Chambers - An Antidote to Procrastination

    I was first introduced to Todd Herny's work through his first title "The Accidental Creative". I knew right away I just had to share his message with my coworkers. It's not often you find someone who really understands the creative process and the myriad pitfalls so many of us creative professionals face in our work and careers. Recently I had the opportunity to hear Todd speak at a leadership event and was immediately reminded just how important and necessary his voice is to the community. Needless to say, I was excited to hear he had written a new book that focused on unleashing excelent work.

    "How much of your day do you spend doing work that you'll be proud of later?"
    This is the question Todd asks us to consider in his newest title "Die Empty". It's a tough question, but it's one worth grappling with. Let's face it, at some point we're going to run out of tomorrows. And all those great ideas we've been sitting on, those noble projects and worthy causes we hoped we'd get to one day will be left undone. And should that happen, the world will be poorer as a result of our procrastination. "Die Empty" is a powerful antidote to that scenario. It's a weapon against procrastination.

    Todd's book doesn't just contain wisdom and aspirations (though there's plenty of that) it provides actionable processes and road maps designed to help us understand our values and to empower those values to drive the work we do. It's a powerful tool for those of us determined to throw our full weight - our values, our talents and our passions - into our work, families and communities.

    I have no doubt Die Empty will quickly become a manifesto for professionals intent on living out their passions.
    Wanna unleash your best work? Read the book, Then roll up your sleeves and get at it!

  • Chuckalufagus - Good product and easily installs.

    These bars fit great on my 2011 Honda Pilot. Installation took about 30 minutes, but there are a few tricks. First, pry out the front of the rear cap on the end of the roof rail so it clears the tab holding the cap in place. Then, use a rubber mallet to tap the end cap off the back of the roof rail. Spray a little WD 40 on the ends of the crossbars and inside of the roof rails to help them slide easier. Make sure you loosen the thumb screws sufficiently. I used the rubber mallet to help them along as they slid into the slots of the side roof rails. Be patient and don't force them. Slide the end caps back on to the roof rails and tap them over the tab that holds them in place. I did not need the two screws that were provided to keep the end caps in place. The crossbars are sturdy and look great!

  • Dr Bob - Perfection in a box

    I looked at this every weekend for a year before buying because of all the 'deep voice on tv is awful' comments. What a mistake its perfect. Plays music great via PC via TV. Movies a million times better. I hear details in music and TV I never noticed before. It doesn't distort, and goes very, very loud. I live in an apartment and its perfect. Ideally it would allow me to stream music directly, but instead must stream via computer - as they say, it's a rich world problem.