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When we run in to trouble in life, we have a couple options. We can change direction so we do not have to deal with trouble. We can deal with trouble head on and beat it or it beat us. We can find an option that solves the trouble at hand, in a manner that we do not have to fight.
How far did you go before you said “I quit!”? At what point do you call it quits? When you quit, did you obtain the goal you were looking for? When we give up or quit, who else are we letting down? If you think you are only letting yourself down, you are wrong. Who else depends on you to meet that goal or objective? So many things to ponder before saying “I quit!” or “I give up!”. Take the time to think about this before you surrender. You may find your solution is right around the corner. No one knows it all but many of us together know a lot. Each one of us is like a memory bank and can only store so much. So when we need more, we add more but as humans we let so many things stand in the way.
When you put stuff in a box, it is limited to the space of that box, is it not? We put all kinds of things in boxes like clothes, books, and dishes. What we try to put in boxes that may surprise you, is humans. People do not fit so well in a box. When we do this we put limitations on those people. Why would you want to put any limitations on a person? Some may do it because they are scared you are going to get their job. Others may do it out of vengeance. How about “Greed”, if one can keep another in a box then they can claim everything outside the box for their own. DO NOT let someone put you in a box! The only limitations you face are the ones you set upon yourself. All others in your life brought on by outside source(s), are not limitations but obstacles! Obstacle equals a thing that blocks one's way or prevents or hinders progress. You were built to over come these things!
When the iPhone was born many saw the great design as a leap forward. Many took to programming applications AKA: App for the new device. Along came many other Smart phones like the Droid. So naturally, along came many more App’s. The saying is “There is an App for that!” for just about anything you could think of asking for. What about your data? Where is it when you trade up to a new phone?
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Like the wheel, data may be knew or ways to store it but in the end, the old way of keeping up with it is the same. The wheel has seen upgrades but the design is still the same. Computer devices have to have a way of knowing where things are just like the Public Library. This is where the $MFT file comes in to play. Once you have it, you can find all things on a system. To see what I am talking about, take five minutes of your time to watch the video we put together to show you how easy it is.
We all love to window shop and look as well as test things before we buy. It is only wise to do so. We at Win-FO.com want you to be able to see a complete walk through of our program, but we also want to give you a sample. We are currently setup to offer you a test version from the website once you setup an account. You will need to provide a USB serial number for us to encode the program to at which time you will have the executable added to your download section of your account. Please click link below to see 4.5 minute video. Thanks
Where would we be without help today? Can one person do it all? I know I cannot and rely on friends and family for help all the time. Well we are here today to help those with issues involving their Win-Fo USB keys. The models we shipped out are able to be inserted upside down. Please see 2.5 minute video below.
The internet is a great tool but before the internet there was the Public Library. The older generation had to go to the Public Library to do report’s and research. We were not afforded the ease of use of the internet. Which brings me to the point, how in the world did we find what we needed with all the books all over the place? We had the “Dewey Decimal System”! We were able to find a book anywhere in the largest of libraries.