Let me give you a brief run down of my saga and you might reconsider doing BootCamp, Parallels, or Fusionware.Had old PC that I did Quicken '05 on. Had tons of data/info. Fast forward to '07, I've gone Mac, hated all options to that point. Did the VM Fusionware route to keep running Quicken '05. Fast forward to this year. Bought a new iMac. BootCamp no longer supported my old version of Windows. Didn't feel like paying $$$ to update to new Windows and new VM Fusionware. Didn't like ANY current options for Mac software, and I tried a few free versions. All options seemed like I'd loose/all some data. No big deal other than that there are some things I'd like to see a 10 year tread while planning for retirement.So, long story short, I have a outdated Macbook laptop that I use only for running Quicken '05. Works for me, might not work for your situation. Still wondering why Intuit (or who ever) insists on making a crappy Mac version of their software.JLC
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