No. of Recommendations: 4
You a masochist? :~) I would use 2012 for a while first. At least until downloads from the bank are no longer supported. I'm using 2012. I don't upgrade any more than I have to.

Really, Quicken would have to come up with a compelling reason/feature to get me to upgrade more often.

So I call McAfee support. They want $89.95 if they find a virus for cleaning the system, nothing if there is no virus.

A masochist indeed! And why on earth should you be expected to pay a "cleaning fee" if their (McAfee) product permitted an infection? Do yourself a favor, kick McAfee to the curb and opt for one of the excellent free AV programs available. I'd suggest MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) or the free version of Avast.

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