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I bought this to make a clone of my existing hard drive and replace it with a larger one. Worked very easy with no complications and I haven't even used it for back-up yet, well worth the purchase for myself.
My last experience with a Peachtree accounting product was the 2010 version. Their new Sage 50 2013 has encountered several drastic changes; while I do enjoy the redesign, I'm afraid I don't find all of their changes acceptable-even moral, to a point. In the past, payroll tax information could be entered manually. You had the option of paying for their automated service, but were not required to do so in order to enable the tax charts. In this version, you must pay for their automated service. If you're not willing to pay, your tax charts will not operate. If you're looking to pay one upfront cost you may want to look elsewhere. Otherwise, I find this update very worthwhile.
As someone on a large deficit diet, but working in a intellectually-demanding job, I needed a way to remove the cloudy-head syndrome that accompanies the caloric-deficit I'm on. This product is simply amazing. Just a few days of taking two pills a day, and I feel much sharper and focused.
I've used Wen Sweet Almond Mint exclusively for a year and I've loved it. I don't; however, like the price! I have a pretty good chunk of disposable income, but I am having a hard time justifying the amount of money Wen was costing me. So with half a large bottle of Wen left I decided to try the Hair One for color treated hair just to see if my results would be as good. I have shoulder length THICK hair, but the strands are fine. I get it colored once a month....red (which you red ladies know is a PAIN to keep fresh looking...red fades FAST!) with some blonde highlights. I've always had pretty normal hair, no issues with my scalp like dandruff or excessive dryness. So...Hair One is ALMOST as good as Wen. Hair One is a thicker formula than Wen; however, once I finish rinsing my hair doesn't feel as "slick" as when I use Wen and it feels like it leaves me with more tangles when my hair is wet. With both Wen and Hair One I put in a dollop as leave in conditioner once I'm done rinsing...that helps with the tangles with Hair Once. With Wen it's almost not necessary. I also use one pump of Argan Oil before styling, but I did that with Wen too. Once I style my hair (and I do blow dry my hair) there is no difference between the Wen and Hair One. My hair is just as beautiful....and both Wen and Hair One make my hair look fabulous! I'm certainly a convert to no shampoo! If you've never tried a cleansing conditioner...this is a good one! Just remember to rinse...rinse...and rinse some more to avoid your hair getting weighed down by the product. Rinsing is KEY!! If you're looking for a cheaper option for Wen...I think this is just as good once you've styled your hair. I'm going to switch to this product and I will no longer feel guilty about taking care of my hair!
I've become obsessed with a few of the authors out of this year's edition. From Rushdy to Briere to Sedaris to Solnit, there are so many interesting styles and this edition should be in every writer's inventory.