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Server 2012 Essentials is better than I expected. The ease of setup was better than I imagined. The built in Anywhere Access features are pretty impressive making it very easy to setup remote access via a web portal to all the computers in your network and to the file shares. The controls make it easy to control security for everything. This is a good reasonably priced offering from Microsoft.
I picked this up when it was offered for free and I'm glad I didn't pay for it. The ending is not complete and you will need to buy the next in the series. That said, it's not a deal breaker for me but I know for some people it is.
This is a perfect stroller. I got the bassinet attachment which works great for snapping on and off with my newborn. My only complaint is it doesn't fold up with the bassinet, you have to detach it first but the chair folds with the stroller for packing it in the car easily so I use that when I need to put it in my trunk. I specifically bought this because it is light weight and I live in a very hilly neighborhood. This is light enough to push up large hills with baby and feels safe. It steers great in the city on bumpy uneven sidewalks as well as grass in the backyard. It steers great and is very narrow, which is great for maneuvering around tables in a restaurant or shopping. I love this stroller and if I have another kid plan on using the free rider attachment. Great versatility.
I'm in love! I recently sold my 15 yr. old Viking Husqvarna machine for which I had bought all the attachments and embroidery stuff over the years. I barely used most of them because the instructions AND the machine were so complex, that if there was a time lapse between uses, I had to relearn much of it all over again. As a quilter I seldom used the decorative attachments, but did do some machine quilting. I agonized over selling it as the investment was steep, but then I realized most of those computerized gizmos were useless to me and I wanted something simple with a few basic stitches, but more importantly, something that didn't feel like I needed a hydraulic lift to get it up onto my desk or a PHD when I wanted to use it.