I can sure relate to your situation,JLC - only in my case I've been running Quicken '04 since that date ;) mine runs on VmWare/Windows XP and is getting a bit too buggy and I'm not planning on updating either that version or VmWare. I'm almost at the end of a 30 days free trial of iBank, and have been double entry to both systems just because I'm paranoid. At this point, since my needs are simple, it looks like I'LL make the switch to ibank,leaving the old Quicken just where it is for historical purposes. Of course, when the time comes (perhaps soon) for a new iMac, i will lose all that data (although its all backed up on CD's. And, should there be some sort of total emergency I can probably use DH's old (unused) Dell pc to view it all again, if necessary.My story.....FWIW
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