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This TV really impressed me! I never had a tv this large (65 inch)and look this good! I don't have a 4k player so I streamed netflix 4k. First viewing was Daredevil and let me tell you...the show looked like live news footage downtown..lol 4k is definitely where it's at! The TV improved the visuals on my blurays and HD videos as well. Hopefully more 4k content becomes available but for now I'm still good. Can't wait to hook up a good surround sound system to it. If you crazy about visuals GET THIS TV!
I have been using Access since 1997. I upgraded to Access 2002 ten years ago to use hyperlinks. I got Access 2010 today, used it for two hours, and am returning it. I am using Win 7 Pro. The first problem is that Access 2010 is about three times slower than Access 2002 when operating in Win 7 Pro. The second problem is that it issues a warning every time I click on a hyperlink to a location in my computer, even when I said to trust the link. Among my many hyperlinks, I have a lot of hyperlinks to tif files. I get warnings even for these (whoever heard of a virus in a tif file?). This is a known bug in Access even back to 2002, yet Microsoft still has not fixed it. The workaround for all these warnings is to create a folder with an html file for each tif file, which would be a real bother, and still I would have to click twice. There is a Microsoft site which talks about solving these problems by fooling around with the Registry and writing some stuff in it. Unfortunately, the address in the Registry they want me to go to so I can add the stuff does not exist. The third problem is the "new" features like ribbons and the navigation pane. These are just rearrangements of the old menus.