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- K. Ambrose - Lot of fun, intellectually interesting, and good character developmentI am very hard to please when it comes to reading SciFi and I am happy to give this book 5 stars. It is an excellent blend of advanced technology concepts, combined with interesting and fun story line, and characters you end up caring about.
Without giving too much away this book reminded me a lot of some of Frederick Pohl's award winning novels mixed with concepts from some of Arthur C Clarke's work - although "Contact" is somewhat lighter in weight...
All in all, I feel safe in saying that any fan of hard SciFi who has enjoyed the work of Pohl or Clarke will also really enjoy reading this novel.
I sure did!
- Aaron Lavender - Don't see why people hate this.Upgraded from Window 7 Home premium 64 bit to Windows 8 pro 64 bit. All of my programs and settings still work. No driver or compatibility issues with any of my components. Installed classic shell in less than a minute, and boots straight to desktop with start menu that looks and functions just like windows 7. OS loads faster on boot up, programs open faster, everything seems to run smoother. Having an app store like a tablet and being able to install free games and programs is cool.
Edit/more info: I posted this as a comment, but thought it would be easier to see here.
I don't know what I need to say to make this review helpful. 99% of complaints are that it looks different than older versions of windows. 2 Second search on google for classic shell or one of the other many UI apps, and it looks and functions no different than any other version of Windows that you've used. I don't like microsoft. All they do is try to force what they think is best for you down your throat. The Xbox One is a joke. We're pretty much stuck with them, other than buying a Crapple. If your computer was built in the last 5 years, you should have absolutely no issue upgrading. Almost all drivers needed for any of your components(other than the latest and greatest produced after this OS was released) are there and will automatically update your computer drivers during the upgrade. I have this running on 2 systems. One is a 4th Gen i5 4670k, 16gb 1866 Crucial mem, 250 gb crucial m4 ssd. Asus z-87 a mb, GTX 660 ti, . Runs flawless. The other, much older, AMD Athlon x2 250 3 ghz dual core, asus radeon 4850, Foxconn AM3 790Gx MB, 4 gb Crucial DDR3 1333 memory, wd 500 gb 7200 rpm hdd. Runs flawless. Multiple generations between the 2 computers, both work without issue. If you want a faster loading more secure OS, with all of the functionality of 7 with added features, there is no reason not to upgrade.
- Jane L Cole - Important Book.I am 61 and have read many relationship books and I highly recommend this book to everyone. It will increase your understanding of yourself, your dating style and the way you interact with men. I believe that this book will help both sexes to be their best. It is certainly not about manipulating them. If you don't want to work on yourself or your relationships, skip this book, otherwise very highly recommended for all ages.
- Paul A. Harris - The "To Kill A Mockingbird" for this generation!Having been a California tourist trapped in the Superdome during Katrina and the subsequent levee failures, Zeitoun was a poignant read for me. It kept me captivated and there are so many lessons in it about tolerance, love, forgetfulness, and the dangers of our growing U.S. Government's ignoring of Constitutional protections under the guise of national security. Any voting American, any student of history, any person who feels a tinge of racism, or religious intolerance needs to read this book. I'm serious when I say it could well become the next "To Kill a Mockingbird".
Author, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina"