www.kegworth.net Review:Kegworth and Gotham Surgery - The Kegworth and Gotham Surgery, an NHS General Pracitioners medical surgery for NHS patients in the northwest leicestershire and south nottingahmshire area close to Junction 24 M1, East Midlands Airport.
Country: 220.127.116.11, Europe, GB
City: -0.1224 , United Kingdom
Bought it to do a clone, and it would not work with dynamic disks nor could a full backup be used for recovery/clone, and had a few issues on the accuracy of the manual. I am using it for backups and it is better than the default Win10/Win7 product. On the positive side, their customer support is very good.
Let me start off by saying I have used many mice in the past from companies such as Zowie and Steelseries and even Razer. And this mouse is by far the best mouse I've ever used for an FPS game. Great all around outside of FPS games, but FPS games such as CS:GO is where you can really feel the magic. The sensor on this mouse is one of the best on the market and it shows it precision in games. I play Cs Go and basically went from using a terrible Razer mouse and being crap at the game to upgrading to the Tournament Pro Finalmouse and all of sudden the game felt extremely easy. It honestly felt like a night and day difference. The tracking on this mouse compares to no other I have ever used, it is THAT good. One complaint I could make is that the scroll wheel is a little loose but it's nothing worth knocking a star off. I love the simple design and am very happy with the minimalist simple aesthetic. Also, if you are looking for a mouse pad to use with this mouse, make sure you get the Steel Series QcK or QcK+ because they go together like peanut butter and jelly! Seriously, don't even consider getting another mouse pad because they go together insanely well! TL;DR : This mouse is amazing, worth the price and goes well with the SteelSeries QcK Mousepad.
Great read. Good for the bedside table or "library." Had to put it down or I would have finished the whole book in one sitting. Wish it was 1000 pages instead of 250.
I had a tenant that never used the vent fan in the bathroom and the walls were covered in mildew in the paint. Rather than just using Kilz and repainting, I decided it was so bad that I better figure out a way to actually kill the mold, and that's when I ran across this product. We scrubbed the walls down to get rid of the bleach that the tenant tried to use (the product does not work well over bleach) let that dry, sprayed the walls down (it took about 1/2 bottle for a standard medium sized bath) and then was able to paint next day. So far so good....I will post later after a new tenant moves in to see if the mold comes back or not. We did paint Kilz first, then regular wall paint.