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I've been using KIS for years after making the switch from Norton. Why'd I change? Norton seemed to be slowing my system down, and I'd read that Kaspersky was better in this regard, so I switched. That simple. Can't say anything about Norton now... haven't used it in years. But, I've been very happy with Kaspersky, and if it ain't broke...
Every year, I follow the same routine. I purchase KIS on Amazon, UNINSTALL the previous version, INSTALL the new version, run the update (twice, to be sure), then run a full scan while I eat lunch or dinner. After that, I pretty much forget I have it on my computer unless it warns me about a malicious website or a virus in an email or on someone else USB drive.
A REALLY nice benefit of this particular product is that I can install it on up to 3 computers. It's currently on my main laptop as well as my netbook. BTW, don't have a CD/DVD drive on one of your computers? No problem - download from Kaspersky's site and use the install key (or whatever it's called) that comes with the disc.
honestly, this product is amazing. It's the answer to a quick meal for those of us who are genuinely interested in treating our bodies with the utmost respect (not just popping pills and drinking a fake sugar-laden whey or soy based protein drink). It does, however, literally taste like vomit (i'm not saying it tastes bad, it LITERALLY tastes like vomit). HOWEVER, mix the 2 scoop serving with water (i do recommend using a little more than 16 oz as it has a sludge-like texture) and 1 packet of crystal light PURE (NOT the regular 5 calories crystal light, the PURE one which contains no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, etc but has more calories). It literally masks the ENTIRE bad flavor of the powder ... doesn't fix the texture so much but i'm actually a fan of it anyhow.
hope this helps people make a decision who are on the fence and helps people adapt if they're forcing the meal down now :-).
I cannot say enough good things about this way of eating. As and older woman, post menopausal, and with a low thyroid, I may never have been grossly overweight, but stopping those pounds creeping on has been a real struggle. In December of 2012 I decided that I needed to get serious about my weight and health. I initially joined Weight Watchers and faithfully logged my points. I did this for three months and lost 4 lbs.
I then switched to logging my food on "My Fitness Pal" and over the next three months dropped another 6 lbs (1200 calories a day) and then I stalled. The scale didn't move. I was logging every scrap of food that I ate, being really, really good but I was stuck. And then came Haylie! I bought her book and thought "This sounds great, but impossible - no dairy, no corn, no wheat, no caffeine, no sugar. I can't do this." Then I read it again. No calorie counting, loads of fruit (Phase 1) I LOVE fruit. BREAD (sprouted grain Ezeikiel bread - delicious) CRACKERS (who knew brown rice crackers were so tasty) and I decided to give it a try. EUREKA! the pounds started dropping again. I didn't lose huge amounts - 9.5lbs in the 28 days but I now weigh 122 lbs and I haven't seen that weight since my early twenties. I'm now in love with a diet book! The recipes and super, and super easy, my husband likes the meals and comes back for seconds. This book has completely changed my attitude towards food. My refrigerator is now stocked with fruits and veggies, my deli meats are nitrate free (from Trader Joe's) I feel good, look great and I'm happy! Thank you Haylie!
Just so you know - there are a few bumps in the road to be aware of. It's easy to be confused initially about what is allowed on each phase. I ended up making myself a little cheat sheet. I took a standard sheet of paper and cut it in half top to bottom. I then folded in three (like a fan) top to bottom. I then wrote out my phases so I could see at a glance what I was allowed on each phase - it's small enough to slip in a pocket or a purse and is very easy to check against if you are out and about and want to eat out.
You also have to plan your week and make sure you have the food/meal for each phase. I had forgotten how good real food tastes! I'm not a cook but the recipes really are easy and tasty and I was NEVER hungry or pining for something I couldn't have. Best of all - with some minor adjustments this is a way of eating for life. Just one other thing - if you are hypothyroid and the weight just won't budge - try this diet, it really works!
I am 35 years old and an old fan of Diablo and Diablo 2 and I have been playing diablo 3 for a month now. Granted, I only have 1 Demon Hunter at level 60 but I had a ton of fun getting there and I am not about to quit playing anytime soon.
Yet, you see all these reviews saying Diablo 3 is the worst game and even advising you to not play it at all. Well here is what I have to say: don't believe that what they say will apply to you.
Here is what I think are some of the top complaints:
- Game is too easy in Normal mode and can be finished too fast
- Game gets so difficult in Inferno mode you have to buy gear from the Auction House
- Game quality goes down from Act 1 to Act 4, with Act 4 feeling less polished
- Items quality and/or drop rate are not good enough
- Blizzard has made a change to the game which nerfed the skill X which I loved using (nerf = diminish its efficiency)
Frankly, I have to say that it's hard for me to relate to any of these critics. It's not that I don't think they are valid, it's just that for me, the game is perfect as it is.
Why? because I am not a hardcore gamer who gets hung up on the items quality or drop rate being too low, or a skill's efficiency being reduced. And I also don't mind spending $10 to get 3 million gold so I can buy myself good gear to survive in inferno (seriously, that's all it took: $10, and you can get a lot of amazing gear with 3 million gold).
Also, my goal is not to finish the game as fast as I can, instead I explore everything, I change my skills to vary the fun, I pause to admire the amazing designs like a waterfall under a bridge, I talk to the characters in game... I enjoy it as much as I can. And so it's taken me 40 hours+ to get to inferno and at that point, I already felt that my $60 were very much worth it.
So again, I am not saying their complaints are not valid, but just that if you are not a hardcore gamer and you don't mind spending $10 to get better gear (at some point, it's not mandatory), you will probably love this game.
Edit: as recommended, I am adding here what I like about this game.
First, it feels like Diablo and Diablo 2 to me and so there is a bit of nostalgia in the experience. I used to love this style of gaming and it brings me back to these days, when I would play the same levels over and over in LAN parties with friends. Arguably, the repetition is part of the experience isn't it?
Second, I find the graphic design really well done. Like I said, I will sometime pause to just take it all in, because I find it very nicely done.
Third, all the different skills are just awesome and I can't wait to try the ones on the other classes. You might say that there are only a few skills that are mandatory on Inferno but before that anything works more or less, so it's just fun to swap them out.
Fourth, the thrill of the hunt. When you don't use the auction house, or even if you use it but only with gold farmed in the game in order to limit your budget, you have to be on your guard. You can't act like a tank and kill all on sight and so it's exciting to survive and slowly kill'em all.
Fifth, the excitement of getting your gear to be what you want it to be: 500+ all resist or +2500 life per hit or +75% chance to do a critical hit, whatever floats your boat. You can pick a "theme" for your build and try to get gear for it that will maximize whatever effect you think will give you an edge. I didn't use the auction house until Hell, so it was pretty awesome to find new items, find a resplendent chest, get 4 perfect stats on a crafted item, etc. When I finally gave in to the auction house, it did change the game to me so I would recommend to wait for as long as you can, but still, there is some excitement in finding a good item on the auction house at a good price.
All in all, a very good game in my opinion.
The huge benefit of this system is that the speakers is all you need. No separate amplifier required.
Setting up Airplay is easy and it allows me to play music from my iTunes library. I also play sound through the system when I watch something on my iPad. I have been looking for Airplay speakers for a while but none of the solutions had the sound quality I was looking for. The Philips DS9800W system is simply fantastic!
* Fantastic sound
* Easy configuration
* Great styling