Diamond Podiatry - Podiatry in Bethlehem and Quakertown, PA - Diamond Podiatry is located in Quakertown, Macungie and Bethlehem, PA. We specialize in bunion & foot surgery, heel pain and diabetic foot care. Call today!
Country: 18.104.22.168, North America, US
City: -118.3151 California, United States
Works great. The seller provides a link to YouTube videos and paper instructions to install the remote starter. Everything went as advertised and as planned. The hardest/longest part was removing the trim panels to access the wiring harness. Overall a easy project.
It came on time and is a Microsoft product. I do not like the bland "white" background of the software and plan to do some research and see if it can't be brought back to the colors of the 2010 version. I have not used it much to see the additions from the 2010 version. I have always enjoyed Microsoft software and I am sure I will get adjusted to it and it will work well. But at my age it will take longer to adjust to it. I did not mind the Key Card rather than the Disc version since both methods do provide a continuation of using the software when I get a new computer to replace my old one. Obviously Microsoft has found a way to keep people from stealing the use of their software and we should put up with their self interest because it is right for them to protect their business interest.
I purchased two of these after watching a few videos comparing these to another 4 letter brand. These are phenomenal. I like my coffee almost scalding and will not drink it once it has cooled off. These cups keep my coffee hot enough for me for approximately 3 hours.
I recently purchased a new laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 pre-installed. When I tried to register the product using the Product Key (taken directly from the computer's label) the code was not accepted and I received an Invalid Product Key response. I called the computer manufacturer's help-line (Sony) and was told that this was a common problem with Microsoft Office 2010, and they referred me to Microsoft itself. For the next three days I tried to contact a Microsoft "help" tech, both through the internet and by telephone with what I thought would be a simple problem requiring a simple fix. But noooooo . . . Talk about being run around in circles. In the end my option was to either pay a Microsoft contracted help-line (OMNI) to "fix" the problem, or pay Microsoft directly ($39 / $49) to use their help-service in order to fix a problem with THEIR software. WARNING: if you have any problems with Microsoft software, beware. Unless you're willing to pay additional fees to fix problems with THEIR products you're SOL!!!
Most of my problems have to do with how the stock portfolio handles options and how it handles short sales when reporting capital gains.