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Intuit Quicken 2008 Deluxe: Bought Quicken Deluxe, set it up for One Step Update, linked to Bank of America. Worked well for around a year, then I couldn't update anymore. Kept getting a "Quicken servers are down" message. Apparently my problem is widespread, and I could not find any solution on the Web site. I figure if I spent $50 on software, I should get some support, even if it's just to say "Sorry, we have not found a workaround for that problem yet." I will be looking into other options, and will not be purchasing any Intuit software anytime soon.
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Apple iPod Classic 80GB: Overall, it's a great tool, but it has absolutely no permanent life expectancy. I am heartbroken to find that there is nothing to help my iPod other than to buy a new one, which I would not after the issues I've had with this one.
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Spamihilator: Very easy for any pedestrian to install, use, and understand.
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Tritton SEE2 USB 2.0 to VGA / SVGA Adapter: The product itself is good. If you need a second monitor for your everyday application, you are on budget, and you aren't tech enough to handle the second video card installation, this product is for you.
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WipeDrive 3.0: WipeDrive is the perfect software to use if you need to erase sensitive information when you're donating your computer, giving it away, etc. I had several questions about it to be sure it would do what I needed, and the support staff was very helpful. The program did what they said it would: It erased my 80GB hard drive in about half an hour; its step-by-step instructions are easy to understand; and all of my information was gone, just like I wanted. Great product.
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