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Webroot does a good job with antivirus. The best thing about the software is that it is fast and non evasive. It scans everything in about a minute, and does not slow down your other computer operations like Norton did when I used it. Comes with three installs. I think it is a good deal, but that is just my opinion.
The DVD was OK. I bought it as a gift for my father, who likes the Cardinals, but doesn't speak English. I wished it had had subs in Spanish, or at least closed captions in English so he had an idea of what was going on without me having to translate the whole thing.
I purchased a NutriBullet on February 3, 2013 through Home Shopping Network. After using the NutriBullet 5-6 times, it stopped working. I called the customer service number for NutriBullet and explained the issue. The customer service representative asked me to troubleshoot with him over the phone, which I did. Following the troubleshooting, which took about 40 minutes, the NutriBullet did work again. The customer service representative then ask me if I would like to purchased a new blade at a discounted price. I agreed and purchased the new blade. The NutriBullet was still under the original warranty at the time, however I went ahead purchased an extended warranty also. After a week of not using the NutriBullet, I tried to make a shake and again, it did not work. I did the exact same thing the customer service representative had me do during the previous troubleshooting call and it did finally work. I then called NutriBullet to ask them to please send me a new because I do not think I should have to troubleshoot to get it to work every time I want to use it. They have refused and I'm frustrated. I now own a product which I paid over $100.00 for plus purchased extened warranty on and Nutri Bullet refuses to replace it.
Kids love it. Frequently catching them asking for one of the songs from the game on the radio (they aren't old enough to understand I don't control what plays on radio stations yet). It's a nice hour diversion occasionally for my daughters when they find it too cold outside or have friends over and want to do more than chase the dog.