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This machine is so simple to use, uses regular (inexpensive) coffee (no K Cups or pods) and creates a delightful frothy foam. I've noticed several people complain that you cannot put the carafe in the dishwasher. While this is true, there is a very simple solution... After I am done making my coffee, and the pot is empty, I fill it with cool water and two drops of dish soap then I put it back into the machine and set it to "heat and froth" and the machine cleans itself. The little whisk in the machine beats the soap into a froth, getting the glass carafe and the whisk very clean. When it stops, just dump the contents in the sink and rinse and the pot looks brand new. I've made hundreds of cups of coffee with this machine and cleaned it this way every time, and my carafe and whisk are spotless.
This is a dandy willmaker. It has an instruction book that scared me toothless. Then I realized that it contained little nuggets of knowledge for all 50 states, which made sense so then I kept on reading. My doctor and I have discussed the situation and now is the time for starting to make my final determinations since I am such a slow study. This software is so complete and I learned about contest exclusion, if you contest the will and you are named in it you lose anytime given to you in the will. I love that one and I am still working on my will. Although mine is pretty simple and straightforward I am sure that others will have more details to work out. Very helpful softward and book. I HIGHLY recomment it to those without 600 to 1000.00 to throw at an attorney for a very small estate.
I use this drive for manual data backup and so far haven't had any problems with it. I've copied several hundred gigs of data and so far and the drive has not let me down. I've had no problems with the drive losing connectivity nor any data transfer issues. I've copied data from internal and USB 2 external mechanical drives as well as flash memory USB 2 and all backups were fast and easy. One drive that I'm backing up is a three-year-old Seagate GoFlex 320GB portable drive. I'm transferring all of my previously backed-up data from multiple smaller capacity drives to the newer 3TB drive. I also own another Seagate portable that is four-years-old. Both of these portable drives have sold me on Seagate's reliability. I own both this 3TB drive as well as the Mac version Thunderbolt 3TB drive. Both are great and in a real world environment, seem about equal in performance. Of course, Thunderbolt is mainly good for better reliability and sustained performance while daisy chaining multiple devices. Unless you have a specific need for that, I would suggest saving the money and buying this drive over the more expensive Thunderbolt model if you have a Mac. This drive is far better suited and priced for the average user. I plan on buying another of these USB 3TB so I can have my usual backup of my backup. For those asking why I just don't backup to a RAID array or NAS; I keep my most vital data on two separate physical devices and stored apart. The best RAID array in the world won't protect you from environmental hazards like flood or fire. I do use a NAS, but mainly for file sharing, not backup. As for cloud storage, thanks but no thanks. We already have enough infringement on our personal privacy. The last thing I'm going to do is willingly store my last little remaining private data out in cyberspace.