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[Discuss] DRM -- Linux financial Software

On Sat, 29 Dec 2012 09:20:38 -0500
Daniel Barrett <dbarrett at> wrote:

> Sigh... if only it were that straightforward, Rich!
> I run old Windows XP for the sole purpose of running Quicken 2006,
> which contains 45 years' worth of my financial records.

Windows XP/7 isn't your problem. Intuit is your problem. You can't
blame Microsoft for Intuit's crappy code and terrible customer-facing
attitude. Dump Quicken for anything else. There are *plenty* of other
financial and accounting packages out there that will Do The Right Thing
with your data.

I use Money Manager Ex, another open source option. I tried GNUCash but
found it to be overkill for my needs.

Rich P.

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