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While all of the functionality is there, they are hard to find and access. However, the largest problem is it constantly shuts down. I have run the Quick books file doctor to no avail. I have gone through the process of changing the multiuser changes that the error message indicated that will fix the problem. None of that works. I am ready to go back to Quickbooks 2012.
Amazing results if you stick with in, put in the hard work and are really committed. My husband lost 15 pounds & I lost 9 pounds in 10 days. Now we are going for another 90 days, since we have a lot more to lose. We are amazed at the way our bodies have responded with NO hunger between meals, no bloating, no heartburn, which we used to deal with every day. Where my husband used to have 2-3 servings at dinner, he has 1 normal sized portion & is satisfied. The food is delicious & I've learned how to cook without dairy, sugar, wheat, gluten and unhealthy fats. I get up early with no sluggishness, look forward to my morning smoothie and am satisfied until lunch. It's a lot of work but so worth it. We're excited to see the results after these next 90 days. Thanks to this plan, we have overcome our food addiction!
With Webroot, the average user is faced with one decision: whether to believe the praise and claims of the folks behind the program, or whether not to believe them. I remain a skeptic after using the program on two different machines for about 8-9 months. Webroot operates differently from conventional antivirus programs and, as a result, it usually fails most protection tests because it allows a significant number of threats to enter a system (due to the fact that it has no extensive database of malware signatures and is dedicated to using a cloud instead). Webroot claims that the program supposedly monitors what the "nasties" do and blocks them once they start getting "nasty." A number of users might be, and should be, concerned if allowing malware to enter the system is seen as the right approach. The number of those growing skeptical should be greater once we notice how half of the time, the Webroot folks who read the reviews of their product, post answers that begin with a bragging claim of how "awesome" their product is and what "awesomeness" it adds to our browsing experience. To be honest, I care little about "awesome." I want "safe" and "secure." What the word "awesome" conceals, HOWEVER, is the fact that so far, Webroot can reclaim only one bragging right: an awesome scanning speed and lack of impact on system resources. Are you really protected by this quick and light program, though?