edited May 2022 in Installing and Updating (Windows)
My old laptop crashed and I lost my Quicken program (not sure what version). I assume if I buy a 2022 copy, my files (which I did have backed up and thus saved) will load and become usable. Can someone confirm?
That should work. But Q has a 30-day refund policy, during which you can look around for older versions if it doesn't. The primary reason why it wouldn't work is if your Q program is so old that you need intermediate versions to get up to the current version.
Q user since DOS version 5
Now running Quicken Windows Subscription, Home & Business
Retired "Certified Information Systems Auditor" & Bank Audit VP0
If you "lost your Quicken program due to the old computer crashing" ... what about your Quicken data files, your documents, pictures, music files? Do you have backups of those files that you can restore?
I was able to restore all back-up files after buying and installing Quicken starter -which is all I need. Thx0
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