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I've been using the fat burner for two weeks now. It definitely gives me more energy and I don't get jitters or a "crash" from it. Time will tell how much it helps with fat burning but it seems like a good product so far
I am a long time Acronis user and have been using 2010 flawlessly for some time with a whole suite of backups that run nightly and write to a removable disk for disaster recovery. I recently upgraded to 2016. What a mistake. I purposely chose the non-cloud version. Out of the box, it tries to force you to log in using a non-standard port. This doesn't work for machines that are either standalone or behind properly configured firewalls. Further, a local only solution should not require any login anywhere. Per Acronis support, there is no way to remove the login prompt as there is only ONE software package, and the license specifies whether you have cloud or local only capability. So the only option non-cloud users have is to X out of the login prompt every time the application is started. How will this work for automated backups? I don't yet know. The interface is totally redesigned and now completely non-intuitive; it has multiple options that you would *think* would be what you would use but no, these options only work if you have the cloud version. Gone is the very simple and easy to understand table of scheduled backups that you can modify and or select from to run intermediate backups. Gone is the ability to create a backup file name that you can actually read on the screen (now the file name is the same as the backup name and is in a LARGE font in a column that displays only the first 8-10 characters). Gone is the ability to create file names that automatically contain the date. In all, I'm unimpressed and looking for a refund. Acronis was once very good software. Bad move, Acronis.
I've suffered from severe dry eye syndrome for 3 years now, and systane is one of the FEW OTC products that actually helps soothe tired, achy, dry eyes. This was a good deal on an excellent product.