That’s More Like It

The new rota, which takes effect as of October 1st, is finally a better way of utilising resources.Thumbs up

Martin will get to spend more time and if I can persuade Marisia at Dom Care, I will be able to have a stable and secure structure; while introducing a degree of flexibility, and at the same time making it dynamic: making it able to adapt to changing circumstancesThumbs upSmile

Clive will still get a decent amount of time as my Key Worker – 6 hours.

The only thing to deal with is the choice of Susie for Week 1 Mondays; having never really experienced her before, it will disrupt my routine if I have to take time needed to get to know a new person.

That can all be dealt with by me after 09.30 hrs., tomorrow; after Clive has talked to Marisia.

Otherwise this looks like a very good month coming upThumbs up

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First Impressions.

Once you have tweaked this computer to suit your performance levels, it really is not a bad machineSmileThumbs up

Ignore the Windows Performance Rating, which shows 1.6 because the Processor has only got a maximum speed of 1.6 GHZ.

Once you have selected the Windows Balanced (active) power plan, and tweaked that, the rest is okayThumbs up

The real trick is to use the built in Wireless capability, and ditch the EthernetThumbs up

Once that is done, this pc actually is a real joy to use.

Quiet too, to the point that you might wonder if there is actually a pc in your officeOpen-mouthed smile

All in all, a good machineThumbs up

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