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Xactimate 25 Free Download
Xactimate 25 Free Download Latest Version for Windows. It is full offline installer standalone setup of Xactimate 25 for 32/64.
Xactimate 25 Overview
Xactimate 25 is an impressive application which will make all your estimating and communication tasks which is available through a central dashboard. The tasks include sending as well as receiving estimates and price lists. It will let you have an easy access to the files which are in process.
The reporting features included in this application have also been enhanced greatly. You can estimate in different languages like Spanish, English and French etc. You can also print different reports in languages like English, French and Spanish etc. You can run an insulation wizard which will automatically enters the estimate line items for ceiling, wall and floor insulation with some proper pricing and quantities. You can also run HVAC wizard which can automatically enters estimate line items for ductwork, thermostat and heating/cooling unit. You can also run a plumbing wizard for kitchen, laundry and bathroom etc.
Features of Xactimate 25
Below are some noticeable features which you’ll experience after Xactimate 25 free download.
Imposing application for estimating and communication task.
Can send and receive estimates and price lists.
Let you have easy access to the files in progress.
Enhanced reporting features.
Can estimate in different languages like Spanish, French and English.
Can run an insulation wizard.
Can also run HVAC wizard.
Can run a plumbing wizard.
Xactimate 25 Technical Setup Details
Software Full Name: Xactimate 25
Setup File Name: xactimate25.iso
Full Setup Size: 525 MB
Setup Type: Offline Installer / Full Standalone Setup
Compatibility Architecture: 32 Bit (x86) / 64 Bit (x64)
Latest Version Release Added On: 25th Jun 2016
Developers: Xactimate Homepage
System Requirements For Xactimate 25
Before you start Xactimate 25 free download, make sure your PC meets minimum system requirements.
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
Memory (RAM):1 GB of RAM required.
Hard Disk Space: 600 MB of free space required.
Processor: Intel Dual Core processor or later.
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How long would it take to learn Japanese? And how difficult would it be?
Me & my sister really want to be fluent in Japanese (we plan on going to Japan when we graduate high school) & because we want to be able to have private conversations in a different language just for the hell of it (origanlly we were going to learn Greek but Japanese seemed like a better alternative).
We can pick up on languages pretty quick (when we were children we were pretty fluent in German, we dont use it anymore though). &Im an intermediate French speaker & am still learning French, but its pretty easy.
Soooo how long would Japanese take? For us to read, write, speak & understand. I know it has like, 3 alphabets, a complex grammer system, & different dialects. But how long would it take & how hard/easy would it be? Thanks.
Society & Culture,Languages
Asking how long it takes to learn japanese is like asking how long a piece of string is. It depends on your reasons for learning, what you want to be able to do with the language. As a fairly fluent speaker of the language and a 26 year resident in japan here is my 5 cents worth.
1. take what time it takes to learn a Romance language and double it. As well as Kanji etc the words are completely unrecognisable to English speakers and you can not borrow from other languages such as French.
2. Word order is different to English, with the verb at end of the sentence rather than in the middle. This by itself is not difficult but you learn the grammar anyway.
3. japanese has three writing systems, two of them you can pick up in a couple of weeks, I have heard of people learning hiragana on the flight over. Most people it takes about a week to get the hang of it.
4. Kanji is the beast, 2000 individual characters, kids start learning in 1st grade and dont stop till they finish high school. Most Japanese do not even remember them all and wth computers and email most Japanese never remember how to write the more difficult ones. some with up to 23 individual strokes.
If you just want to learn how to make small talk in a bar, order off a menu you can pick up the basics in 6-12 months. If you want to conduct business in Japanese, ask for a root canal from your dentist it will take a little longer. Ballpark is 2-3 years of full time study to reach business level proficiency (by that I mean have a working knowledge of kanji and vocabulary between 5-10,000 words. An advanced speaker of Japanese would know more than 10,000 words. To reach N1 or JLPT1 *the top level of the japanese Language proficiency test takes at least 900-1000 hours of classroom study. Thats about 4 hours a day, 5 days a week for a year.
Japanese pronunciation is relatively easy, less complex than English and doesnt have tricky spelling rules. The word is pronounced the way a kanji is read (Mostly). Where it gets difficult is the WAY Japanese is used, they speak indirectly, men and women use different language and expressions (gay men here tend to use women"s language and sound effeminate), you have slang and colloquialisms, formal and informal language (respect language uses different verbs and most foreigners are not expected to master these but you should understand them). Intonation is flat and doesnt have the sing-song rhythms of English. Tokyo is TO-KYO not TO-ki-O.
Japanese has a lot of homonyms (words that sound the same but have different kanji readings) and you can only gauge meaning by context and situation. Just like reed, read and Reid in English. Road, rode and rowed.
I live in Kansai, speak Kansai (Osaka) dialect and though I learned standard japanese I picked up the local dialect in bars etc. Everyone understands standard Japanese but will speak with their own inflections. Its like a foreigner learning English in the US and then ending up with a New York or California twang. Its all about environment. People think Kansai people are a bit provincial, same as east coasters look down on people from Iowa in the US though you all speak English. Its how you speak that gives you away.
How is this Created? Animated?
What Program do they use?
Arts & Humanities,Visual Arts,Drawing & Illustration
because these are video format, you would look at using after effects and fx video plugins to add features, along with video editing program,
Adobe After Effects CS4
Boris Video Effects Software and Plugins
Avid Media Composer Software
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
Apple - Final Cut Studio 2 - Final Cut Pro 6
Sony Vegas Pro 8
What laptop should i get? need long battery life, optical drive, 1024 x 768 screen resolution?
I need a laptop by monday
What I need is long battery life (5 hours or more, 7hours+ pref), I MUST have an optical drive would be a plus if it supported the reading of DVD and have 1024 x 768 screen resolution or greater, 1.5ghz+, 1gb ram+, usb port or a port to support a mouse. The program I need to run is xactimate 25 which requires 1024 x 768 screen resolution, if it does not have that screen resolution I can not buy the laptop. I don't care about screen size etc...
I would prefer spending $300-$500, but willing to spend up to $1k.
Computers & Internet,Hardware,Laptops & Notebooks
Check the HP website. They have great computers, mini, daily use, or even high performance. The price range is good too. Their shipping is fast, but if you want faster, you can select the shipping for the computer to ship on the day you ordered.
Right now, I have the Pavilion dv5, $600, but I don't think they sell them anymore. You can go with HP G60t series; HP Pavilion dv6t series; or any of the Pavilion series (the higher the number, the higher the price, but doesn't mean it is better).
Also try the second link for fast shipping models
What do you do if a company you are in is committing insurance fraud on a daily basis?
What do you do if a company you are working for is committing insurance fraud on an almost daily basis?
Let's say you are in a company who makes friends with insurance agents to get jobs, inflates damages by as much as 2 times, and the chairman of the company was once convicted of insurance fraud in the past. What do you do? Where would one go if they lose their job?
Politics & Government,Law & Ethics
Wow - someone trying to explore honesty. I'm betting you won't get many answers on this one!
I take it that you may be relatively new to this side of the professional world, the perspective that reveals the true self-interest that makes the business world go 'round.
I'll share some of my experience & see if this relates to your question - my first "real" job in a law office - 15 yrs old - taught to lie and over bill clients systematically on a daily basis. Have worked as legal asst. or office mgr for over a dozen lawyers through temp agencies. Decided not to continue on to Law School. Did not want to spend a lifetime with these type of people.
Worked as a grossly overpaid receptionist for the accountants that oversaw a major union - fraud, liquid lunches, sexual harassment, and cooking of the books went on with my assistance - I left after my last sprint around the xerox machine trying to escape the sexual advances of my married boss. Lost 2 years off my resume that I cannot get a reference for.
I traveled a lot - would work high level temp work then go overseas. I took notes at many board meetings & transcribed telephone calls that ended up in my bosses "personal" files they kept at home or elsewhere. This is how it's done more often than not. I was the "secretary" or administrative assistant that put these types of files together at times. Lawyers are allowed to get away with a lot, so they sometimes actually have less to hide about themselves and their own books.
I left a job because the union would not give me the position and salary for the job I was already doing in addition to my original job. They wanted a male but made me do the work by hiring me for another position. I left. Same thing happened with a roofing job I had during a college summer break. And those guys were skimming materials.
This stuff happens all over the place regardless of the color collar you wear to work.
Having principles is easy on the mind, but hard on the wallet. Now that I have children, I have to swallow my pride and do what's needed - but I always draw the line and keep my boundary. It's inconvenient at times, some days I wish I did not have a conscience. as I see many others are not burdened with.
I have also learned that there really are not that many agencies nor district attorney offices that want to deal with this level stuff. The small guy that gets ripped off doesn't get justice. If you're a Hollywood celebrity ripped off by Bernie Madoff, you will get attention.
Do what you think is right. We all make "mistakes" or maybe coulda, woulda, shoulda, but you have to sleep at night and live with yourself.
My dad told me once that if we don't like the way things are, we have to play the game long enough to win it and then be in a position of power to change the rules.
But ultimately he also told me "she who has the gold, makes the rules" regardless of the unethical ways they obtained that gold.
I don't make decisions "for" people, just some food for thought maybe. Hope it helps get your own brain on track. Your a good person to even care and ask this question. Maybe someday you can open your own business and do things your way, and not have to swim with these sharks just to put a roof over your head and food in the belly. Think about it. A fair honest business person - your clients will love you!
Independent Claims Adjuster?
My wife and I have signed up to start claims adjuster training at Mile High Adjusters in Denver, CO Jan. 7, 2012.
The past couple days I have been reading everything I can find on this subject and it looks like we may have made a mistake. Sure, we can cancel and pay a small cancellation fee but what really irks me is I suckered at a sales pitch that I knew sounded too good to be true.
The pitch is like this. You get your Texas all-lines license and then you when a large storm comes you can easily make $5000 to $6000 per week just measuring, photographing, and filling out a Xactimate form and e-mailing it to the insurance carrier. The pay per claim filled out would be $175 each to us the independent claims adjuster. That is based on a 60/40 split. 60% to us the claims adjuster. This sounds like easy money but I think I smell a RAT!
Wow whee, who wouldn't want this cake job!
Whoops not so fast.
Am I correct to understand what I read to mean we will have to do hard negotiations with the insured, haggle over the payout to the insured, and interview many people?
Anyone had real time experience where you can make $20,000 to $25,000 per month doing claims adjusting?
Should we cut bait or continue fishing? i think I know already.
Business & Finance,Insurance
You got had.
First of all, it's been what, three years, since we've had a major storm in Texas. If you had gotten your license back then, you'd be paying for lots of continuing education and license renewal fees - without having had any work.
Second, do you have any idea how much time it takes, to go to ONE insured, inspect the premises, fill it out, and send it in? To make $6,000 a week, that means you have to close 34 claims a week. You're probably going to average darned close to 3 hours per claim - if you're lucky. You're looking at a 100 hour workweek, NOT COUNTING all the phone calls you have to return. IF IF IF IF there's another hurricane in TX any time soon.
Ya got sold. Sorry. No use throwing good money after bad - unless you really WANT to get into this business.