I've given up hope on the Home and Business version for Mac. If they wanted to do it, they would have already done it. As it stands now, people are still resorting to a virtual machine of sorts to run the windows version, equating to Quicken still seeing the revenues without the overhead of creating the Mac version. There are many, many people in the world with the skills and knowledge to create the Mac version of H & B. Thus, they could contract with them to do it. That's why I don't think it will ever happen. Meanwhile, I might have to resort to another solution - IF one ever comes along.
Thanks for putting a vote for a Home and Business version. Anyone else interested in this? We still have quite a bit of functionality to add to Quicken for Mac just to get it even close to Quicken Windows so the reality is it may be some time before we get there but would love to find out how many people are interested in this.
Using Quicken and H&B on Windows since 1997, but, I am converted to MAC since 2009. I had to use Windows on top of VM (parallel) to use Quicken_H&B to get by. How long will it take for Intuit to recognize more people are using MAC(macOS) and provide user with H&B MAC version? Shall I wait for it or find alternative ?
I add my voice to hoping for a Mac version of Quicken Home and Business. Thank you to Lisa for adding some depth of perspective. However, you say Intuit can't be certain of the demand. Seems to me there would be many ways of discerning the level of potential demand.Suggestion: Make it a condition of sale for every Quicken program - and every update - (for direct sales and distributors) - that the buyer answer 2 questions: 1.) Are you intending to use this Quicken version for a Mac, through a virtual Windows application? 2.) If it were available in a Mac version, for use without the need of virtual Windows: How likely would you be to switch to the Mac version if the quality/functionality of the program were the same? Absolutely!____ Very Likely _____ Maybe Next Year _______ Not Sure ______ Probably Not ______ Definitely Not ________Seems to me you'd get plenty of data - to take to your Directors - with that approach.