Perthradclinic.com.au Review:

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Country: Oceania, AU, Australia

City: 6000 Perth, Western Australia

  • ABDBalou - disturbing

    This is a fascinating story about two people who on the surface are quite ordinary, though we learn that Amazing Amy is much more than just ordinary. Some might not like the ending, but I thought it was fitting and definitely made me think about all the permutations of character develop that could occur in another novel. I can't wait to read other novels by this author.

  • Becky - I did it myself

    Getting the tax program at a cheaper rate was very appreciated. The program helped me to identify that I could save a great deal by choosing married filing separately rather than jointly as we always have done it given my husband's disability and high medical bills. It was great to know I could figure it out myself with the help of a program that knows all the rules.

  • Nephemia - Start Menu, Apps, Schemes...

    I'm in love. I was skeptical of Win 8 after what I'd heard from others, but after trying it I couldn't be happier. I love how I can customize everything, though there are some issues that appear to be the OS' fault (for instance, in a game I play [League of Legends] there are screen blinks that look much like a super-fast window being minimized, even when I have nothing else on. Anyways.

    Start menu:
    A new approach to the start menu... this blends the organization of the old system with the functionality and look of a cellphone or other personalized app-based device. I feel this system is probably the best for a laptop with a touch screen, especially the transformer books and such. The search feature displays all (?) of your programs with nice proportions and great organization. It's nice to be able to scan over the list and quickly find something instead of opening files or attempting a search when you don't remember the name of something. I especially like the news app... the full screen reading is so beautiful and I find myself attracted to spending more time keeping informed than I did before. :P

    Schemes:
    I liked the "shiny" graphics of Win 7, but while Win 8's scheme is flatter I think it's an improvement. It's a little less eye catching and for me this is a plus, although if you set it to bright colors it does pop. The clear cut edges feel similar to the transition we Apple users went through when we updated to iOS 7, and personally I think Microsoft did it right.

    Apps:
    I like a lot of the apps, and those you don't like you can ignore. ;) But one thing is interesting, and sorta weird... There's an app tray when you hover bottom left corner+slide up, and if you have any apps running they will show up here. Even when you think you've closed out of an app, double check this because it may still be running.

    Other than the apps, start menu, and graphics, there aren't many obvious regular-use changes, so that concludes my review. :)