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I wish McAfee's products would stay somewhat consistent from year to year. I had the exact same program a few years ago and loved it. When they designed the 2013 version, a few things happened. First, it doesn't seem to care when I schedule it to scan my computer, it just does it whenever it feels like (Windows 7, newer Dell PC, and also a newer Dell XPS laptop, also Windows 7). This seems to be a common problem after Googling the issue. When it scans my system it sucks pretty much every resource from my computer so I either have to not use my computer when the scan is running, or cancel the scan (I usually choose the latter since I'm usually trying to use my computer when a scan inexplicably starts). Very frustrating. Also, this sneaky little product keeps on adding the SiteAdvisor software even though I've told it not to (I think it does this during updates). I don't need SiteAdvisor. If I did, I would have installed it. The problem is that this somehow disables my Firefox add-ons that I've installed that blocks ads on YouTube. I watch a lot of YouTube videos so when McAfee randomly installs SiteAdvisor the ads come back on. When I manually remove it, the ads disappear. And if you've ever called McAfee to try and get help on the phone...well, let me just say that I'd rather have a root canal. Boo McAfee!! Do you not actually try out your software before you release it for sale?
This is my first hair product like this. After seeing videos and reviews I had to try it. I have the top of my head thinning. You can see scalp, but I do have decent coverage. First impressions after initial use was it was easy to apply, it just takes practice to get the best looking coverage. Sometimes it would look unnatural if you don't do even application or if it is heavily applied. This product comes off if any liquid gets on your head. I would imagine if you sweat enough for beads to drop, then the fibers will come off too. Stuff immediately washes out as soon as you step under the shower head. Now, the fibers are very fine and definitely stick to things. They will stay in if the wind is blowing or if you run your fingers through your hair. Although, if you are playing with your hair, then you do shift the density of the fibers around and it does get all over your hands. The fibers are not glue and you do have to show some care to them; best to just leave them be for the day. I would say that the big bottle will last me a month because I apply it to the entire top portion of my head and I use a moderate amount each time. I would only use it if you aren't doing anything active. Judging by when my head and hair touch my pillow, I think much of the fibers will be left on it by morning; I'm not a still sleeper. If you buy this, just don't get false hope about it's strength because I thought it was going to be a little more resilient than it is. I am still pleased, though. After all, it's a few taps and it looks like a nice head of hair and my co-workers couldn't tell. You would have to be very close to see the individual fibers or to touch your hair and see them on your hand. As far as the psychological effect, it does make me more confident. Though, I do worry that if I went on a date and then she found out my hair didn't really look like this, it may not end favorably. I know women like to touch hair and run their fingers through it, so hopefully she knows by then. But women wear mascara and tons of other make-ups, so I think a product like this is no different. I haven't applied hair product after I put Caboki in, so I can't vouch for what that may do to hold and all. Price seems fair too. I would have did 5 stars if the price was cheaper ( I paid $30) or if the fibers were more resilient and met my expectation.
This was my Kindle First pick for October and I was ready for a psychological thriller involving a wronged wife. While the initial chapters provided a suspenseful introduction to the possibilities of how Evelyn, the wife, might seek revenge on her husband and his lover, the book was not a thriller. It did a good job of capturing the fears, confusion, pain, and disillusionment experienced by a woman who is the victim of an unfaithful husband. It presented her with a dilemma involving right and wrong and forced her to make decisions about a situation that threatened how the community would view her and her family. But there was no suspense or sense of real danger other than social rejection and embarrassment and the possibility that her husband would lose his license to practice medicine. While that would have been painful and disruptive, it was hardly tragic, especially since neither Evelyn nor her husband were particularly sympathetic characters and both needed to grow up.