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I decided to get this for my son he loves technology and we got this for his new car, the funny side was that he told me we could you this as well, he was right off course and I was already thinking this can be useful for the road trips when I have work out of town but Jason also likes to be always on the road more so than me, and at the end when we test the camera on his car we were both impressed with the camera and all the functions on this, and specially all the features it has concerning safety, another thing that I liked is that its powerlead and the warranty that you’ll have a good product so I already got another one for myself and I’m really pleased with this purchase.
I am thrilled about the multi-user aspect of Quickbooks for Mac but am COMPLETELY turned off by its glitchiness and instability. There are a multitude of issues with this software. I use it because we changed our office computers from PC's to Mac. I usually love macs but this software makes my workday much more frustrating and is an overall pain in the rump. Easily adds an hour and a half to two hours to my workday (when it's somewhat cooperating) trying to work through glitches. For example, I can usually enter about 4 sales receipts and by the time it's time to create the 5th sales receipt, it will not allow me to enter it. On average I have about 75 - 100 sales receipts/invoices to enter daily. Stopping every 5 sales receipts/invoices to completely close out and restart the software because of glitches that won't allow me to either add the customer or their ordered items. The only way out of the cycle is to close it out and then restart. The time for it to connect and open the program is also VERY slow. I never had this type of problem with Quickbooks for PC before. It is not only frustrating but makes me have to come in earlier to get work done for the same pay rate. If there is anything I can do to talk my bosses into going back to the PC version, I will do it; as the increase in work hours is not paid. If I cannot, I'm stuck with this unpredictable, unstable, and frustrating software. I know intuit is capable of much better than this! They have produced products I have come to trust and rely upon over the last 12 years.
Very good reference guide. Over the past few years I've purchased several guides Steve Bragg wrote. I couldn't find any issues.