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I have just watched your video and it seems very Windows focused. Will your system work on an Apple computer? Thanks, Suzie
May. 15, 2011 by Suzie Cheel, Brisbane, AU
Great question, Suzi. Yes, the Computer Chaos Control system works on ANY computer, because it's not software-based. It's a system you setup, but it takes mere minutes and is implemented across multiple programs, for easy remembering and syncing!

I've had several people ask me why the large software companies haven't come out with something similar. My default answer is that they never thought of it. It’s beyond me why no one else has developed a storage system like this INSIDE the computer operating system – you’d think some brilliant techie at Microsoft would have thought of this 10 or 20 years ago!
Jun. 6, 2011 by John Cini, McLean, VA
Here's the reality of the situation, though: in analyzing the computer industry’s lack of urgency in filling this void, if the computer and software companies really wanted you to be secure in your computing, they’d solve this problem in no time. But they don’t want that! They want you to upgrade your computer or software every year or two, continuing the chaos as you move from one system to another. Hence, there's a need for my book.

Is the book in any other languages (Spanish, please)?
Apr. 14, 2011 by Pedro Gorrín Díaz, Kathmandu, Nepal
Pedro - excellent question! Not yet. We plan on a multi-language launch in the near future.

John, are you doing private coaching/consulting if someone needs individual attention? How about seminars for large groups?
Jun. 6, 2011 by Jim McGregor, Sydney, AU
Thanks for asking, Jim. Yes, I help people one-on-one, anywhere in the world, via simple screen sharing, and I also do group coaching webinars. Please email me at to discuss date, time, and rate.


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