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    A new laptop means I needed a good security program. Between home and work, I have used several brands of security programs over the years, but I had never tried Trend Micro. Some of the ones I used in the past have taught me what to look for in bad programs; memory hogs, hard to instal, hard to remove and tags everything as a threat.

    I am glad to say that Titanium Max had none of these problems. Installation was a breeze, it runs quietly in the background and does not slow anything down when it does a scan. It updates easy and has an easy to use interface. It can also protect your other devices and comes with SafeSync online storage.

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  • Elisa 20 - Nice, alone or in combination

    I bought the Wacom Bamboo tablet and pen to use together with this and it made a big difference. The Autosketch software was easy as can be to install (at least on WIN) and to use (I chose NOT to "access TIFF, PSD, PNG" etc. because that just makes Autosketch the default to open pictures in those formats. You can change it back if you make a mistake, but I'd rather use other programs to open my files and import pictures into Autosketch. Just fyi.).

    Everything I wanted to import did so smoothly. The tools (pen, brush, color palette etc.) worked fine and were fun to use. It was easy to import into Photoshop and Illustrator (my two primary end-sources). Tis software has already heled with mock ups, added details and color changes (it even lets you use layers) that are harder and more time-consuming in other programs.

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  • G. Dawson - Compelling and entertaining, as always

    Of “The Best American…” series, this one is always my favorite, and this year’s (2013) collection is no exception. These mystery stories run the gamut from police procedural, thriller, cozy mystery, and everything else you can imagine that might be loosely described as a “mystery” story. Some of the stories have more literary pretensions (e.g. Tom Barlow’s “Smothered and Covered”) and others seem focused on delivering pure entertainment (e.g. Michael Connelley’s “A Fine Mist of Blood”), but they are all suspenseful and compelling reads. I also like the length of the stories, which are perfect for reading in one sitting. Highly recommended.

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    I use QuickBook to fill out my invoices for my small home repair business making my company seem very professional. I can fill out an estimate and when I finish up the job, all the information from my estimate is transferred to my invoice with no mistakes. Without QuickBooks my booking would be very time consuming.
    I am starting to use it for my tax lien and deed business to keep track of when payments are due.