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    Quote Originally Posted by dg1261 View Post
    If you like it, why not stick with one of the old versions?

    FTR, I still use a very old version. I agree with you about the bloat. But that's been going on for years, and my old version does everything I need so I never upgraded it.
    If I can find an older version I just might consider that; it's a good idea (if I can find any old Quicken DVDs...sometimes I just chuck the old versions when upgrading. Smart, huh?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMainframeGuy View Post
    If I can find an older version I just might consider that; it's a good idea (if I can find any old Quicken DVDs...sometimes I just chuck the old versions when upgrading. Smart, huh?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavy View Post
    Some times it pays to be a Pack Rat
    Still on Quicken 2010

    Then I'm a packrat, for sure. I'm using "Quicken for Windows 6" which I bought back in the mid-nineties! I run it in XP (a virtual machine running on Win10).
    (Everyone told me that it wouldn't run properly after the millennium but it does!)
    Clone or Image often! Backup, backup, backup, backup...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lugh View Post
    Lugh: Many thanks. You have no idea how I'm kicking myself for not saving my old versions of Quicken...and I had plenty of them, being the "let's upgrade just because" fool that I am.

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    Inspired by the Slow Food movement, entrepreneurs have recently launched an innovative new financial software program named "Lethargy"!


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    I shall hurry to download Lethargy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHarder View Post
    Inspired by the Slow Food movement, entrepreneurs have recently launched an innovative new financial software program named "Lethargy"!

    Clone or Image often! Backup, backup, backup, backup...
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