walcom.company.weiku.com Review:WALCOM INT'L INDUSTRY LTD - WALCOM INT'L INDUSTRY LTD., registered in Hongkong in 2006, is specialized mainly in export of analysing and testing instruments (thermometers, luxmeters, sound level meters, moisture meters, PH m
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -119.688 Oregon, United States
Item was well packaged and the colors were beautiful. The calendar was exactly what I was looking for.
Bought to use in shampoo to deter lice. So far, so good. I overused the first time. Only need a few drops in the bottle. My girls haven't gotten lice again even though they have friends who have them!
UPDATE 07/2016: very disappointed in the material. It was advertised as moisture wicking and my son's shirts are so wet I can actually wring them. They feel like I just got them out of the washing machine. This wasn't a problem when the weather was still cool, but now I have to bring spare tee shirts for him. Going back to using Clek Fllo. It's heavy and bulky, but it keeps my kid dry.
I am not a newby - before retiring a decade ago, I was the primary software consultant as well as a network specialist at a major research university. I have used a number of different backup and restore programs on Unix, Apple, and Windows servers. It is possible that I was a little rusty, but I managed to wipe out my Windows 8.1 system while attempting to clone the system to a newly purchased solid state "disk" drive. I attempted three times to clone the drive (there were only 93Mb on the C; disk to be cloned and 488Mb of space on the SSD) and each time when the clone process said that it needed to restart, the computer shut down but did not start back up after as much as 4 hours; and there was no disk activity showing on the disk activity light. Each of these three times, however, I was able to manually restart the computer - which canceled out the cloning process. Each time the C; drive was left intact and I was able to resume computing. On the fourth try, not only did the restart fail, I was unable to bring the computer up at all. I decided to use the Windows emergency disk to "refresh" the system and get it operational. Unfortunately, I had just had an asthma attack and I was feeling rather punchy and did not stop to realize that Microsoft had decided to ignore some 70+ years of computer terminology and decide that what had been known as "programs" was now termed "apps". They did warn that "apps" would be wiped out but could be repurchased from the AppStore. However, since I had not ever purchased any apps, only programs like Adobe Photoshop, I proceeded - much to my regret.
This book really helped me learn a lot. I was really confused about a lot of things before using this book. This book helped me learn a lot of new features that I did not even know microsoft had. Awesome book!