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This review is from: RK5141K 4 Amp Sonicrafter 34-Piece Kit
Pros: Well made
Works just a advertised
Easy to handle and use
Cons: Absolutely NONE - unless it's never used.
Other Thoughts: I have owned a few oscillating tools similar to this one, but this is the original and best. When laying prefinished flooring, this thing is an absolute must have. Sure, the cord might be a nuisance sometimes, but compared to having the battery die in my second favorite Porter Cable in the middle of making a cut, its a no brainer.
For the orice if $100 new, you can't go wrong. I have used mine for irregular trim cuts, flooring, conduit (metal and plastic), plumbing repair ( copper, black iron, PEX, PVC), removing damage fasteners, cutting lattice. There are certain jobs you can't do without this tool, well you might, but it will be much more complicated and time consuming.
If you are a DYI or professional and don't have one, don't hesitate. If you have one already, get another before yours "walks off."
Pros: Attractive, excellent ventilation, multiple options for cable management.
Cons: Somewhat cumbersome front panel connection routing.
Other Thoughts: Fans in mine are near silent. The server from the next room drowns out any noise made by this arrangement.
Seems like it is an either or situaiton with the 5.25 bays. One or the other can be used because the front panel cables are just plain in the way. No biggie really. The main reason I chose this case are the two up front USB 3.0 and card reader. At this price point, there isn't a case with the same features, aesthetics, and overall quality.
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Pros: SImple to use, intuitive, departure from the 'metro' interface disaster.
Faster than the 8 fiasco on the same platform.
Easy to configure
Cons: None other than if you liked 'metro' you can choose to use it.
Other Thoughts: Data mining complaints = low user knowledge base.
Pokémon Go - now that's data mining!
I have several hundred machines running home, pro and enterprise versions between work and home. Yes, there are data mining components, most of which can disabled during setup, or if group policies permit, can be turned off in the user accounts. If you do not wish to connect it to an email address, yes it is possible to do that.
As with any OS, including open source (linux) there are always subroutines which are constantly collecting application, system, and user data otherwise there would never be updates. Personally, if you are that concerned, you must be doing something a little fishy, otherwise you'd never install any OS/software/utility after reading any ELUA.
As for 10, these are not nearly as pervasive as one days worth of using any search engine, not to mention what your ISP collects. People always like to hit the biggest target because it is easy. Those enrolled in the 'Insider' program deal with more of the 'data mining' than most will see, because we opted to. Still, it isn't as bad and Chrome or Android (Google).
I have been using 10 since the Insider Preview program started in 2014. Other than 2 buggy pre-release builds which the general public never saw, I have had zero problems.