Quicken should eliminate the LARGE Ad space when a subscription expires
user since '92, STILL using QM2007)
Moving from Microsoft Windows to Apple Macintosh - How best
edited October 2020 in File Conversion and Backup (Mac)
I'm moving from windows to Apple Macintosh. Would it be better/easier to get Quicken for Mac and import the data (would I lose any functionality - e.g. multicurrency) or run Quicken on a Virtual Machine? I have VMWare Fusion if that's the route.
Ok, having checked on the Quicken web site, it seems my Quicken Home, Business & Rental Property is not offered on the Macintosh platform. Since I do use the Rental Property part, it would seem like the better option is to run Quicken on a virtual Windows 10 process on the Macintosh. I will search a bit more to find out if there are problems with trying to do that.0
VMWare a few weeks ago released Fusion v12 for FREE for personal use for the first time (usually $80-$99 price tag... vs Pro version that is now bumped from $149 to $199... not needed for most people...FREE version has all the same essential capabilities...no crippled software).Check it out here: https://www.vmware.com/products/fusion/fusion-evaluation.html
Min System requirements: macOS 10.15 Catalina.
Have Questions? Help Guide for Quicken for Mac
FAQs: Quicken Mac • Quicken Windows • Quicken Mobile
Add your VOTE to Quicken for Mac Product Ideas
Object to Quicken's business model, using up 25% of your screen? Add your vote here:0
This discussion has been closed.