Converting from Quicken Mac 2015 or 2016 to Quicken Mac 2017 After installing Quicken for Mac 2017, you will be prompted to select which version of Quicken you will be converting. When you are converting from Quicken for Mac 2015 or Mac 2016, follow the steps below. Quicken 2015 and 2016 for Windows have issue with QIF import and QIF files should be imported through proxy cash accounts. Quicken 2017 for Windows fixes the issue and imports the same way as Quicken 2014 and earlier versions. I sent Quicken for Mac 2016 back for a refund and ordered Quicken for Home & Business 2016 to see if it has improved its mobile interface from the 2014 version which was a disaster. If it works, I'll keep it and hold my nose every time I have to boot into the Windows world to run my only Windows program, Quicken. I am converting from Quicken 2016 for Mac to Quicken Home and Business 2016 for Windows. When I export my Quicken Mac data as a QXF (from 2012-present), it does not export all the data. It only exports 2012 to mid 2014 data.
I bought a new laptop. It has Windows 10. Getting Microsoft Money to run on it the way I wanted took a few tweaks. I’m documenting them here in case someone else also wants to do the same thing. Microsoft Money is a software program on Windows for tracking your accounts, similar to Quicken. Microsoft stopped selling it in 2011. They made the last version a free download for everyone (see and ).
Even if you never used Microsoft Money before, you can still start using it now, and it’s all free. Other than not being able to automatically download transactions and securities prices, the software still works. Microsoft check for viruses.
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I had no problem in installing it or running it on Windows 10. The new generation online and mobile account tracking applications such as Mint or Personal Capital are easier to use but desktop applications such as Microsoft Money or Quicken still have their advantages in some ways. PocketSense With some initial input from me, a third-party developer Robert developed ways to download transactions and stock and fund prices and update them in Microsoft Money. Because Robert did a much better job than my initial primitive attempt, I now use Robert’s system called. The setup is well documented on the PocketSense website.