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  • Brusaun - In short, this version of Acronis is JUNK!

    Acronis used to be a great product. I had to upgrade from 2013 so I got my upgrade from their site (Not Amazon.).

  • Carlos and Lindsey - So good, you'll need to hide from the kids and yourselves - but they are sugary!

    I have a malabsorptive issue after stomach surgery and need to keep my vitamin B levels elevated to allow it to be absorbed at all times; availability essentially. It's important that I have supplementation at all times, but I've gotten so tired of sublingual tabs and pills; the gummies are a great alternative. The ingredients are gluten-free and vegetarian, which wasn't a huge concern for me, but is so important for others. The issue with that is, wouldn't most people who want gluten-free or vegetarian products be concerned about their diets and want to avoid the sugar in these gummies as well? Because, and it's a good thing for me, these are sweet; they are just like eating grocery store fruit snacks; as in, enjoyable to the effect where you NEED to KEEP these AWAY from kids because they are essentially candy. Be wary! But that's not an issue for me, I'm happy with that, but I feel like that needs to be said for anyone who has kids that could get into these if you, say, leave the child-safe lids opened.

  • Chase - Best Show Ever?

    Seriously the best show ever. Great character development, unpredictable plot twists, and Emmy Rossum is incredible

  • TomBob - NO Upgrade Pricing?

    Like many others here have written previously, I have been using MS Office Professional for many years (mid 1990s) and have upgraded several times. I decided to investigate Office Pro 2010 only to learn that no Upgrade Pricing is available -- only full version pricing. I found an article in an online magazine that explained that a "lack of customers killed Office Upgrade pricing?!?!? From what I am reading in these reviews, there seem to be quite a few potential Upgrade pricing customers. Sounds more like a lack of regard by Microsoft for faithful customers. I won't be upgrading at full price anytime soon.