Windows and 14.04 Ubuntu
ac7nj at arrl.net
Wed Nov 5 22:53:38 UTC 2014
I'm going to look at GNUCash and see if it meets my needs.
On Nov 5, 2014 2:49 PM, "Sajan Parikh" <sajan at parikh.io> wrote:
> On 11/05/2014 04:41 PM, Randy Williamson wrote:
>> Now I still have one application that needs Windows, Quicken.
> Not a direct solution, but I had my parents switch over to Intuit's web
> based offerings when I moved them to Ubuntu. They've been pretty happy
> with that so far.
> To be honest, if its just a single application that you need Windows for,
> you might come out ahead in the long run by switching over to something web
> based or actually compatible with Linux.
> I know that's not an easy task with finance software, but just something
> to keep in the back of your head.
> If you don't like the idea of having your finances on a third party
> server, Linux does have one awesome native application; GNUCash. I used it
> for a long time, it's very featured, actively developed, and their mailing
> list is extremely active and helpful.
> With that said, if you ABSOLUTELY need to stay with Quicken, a Virtualbox
> VM will be the easiest way to go if your hardware can handle it okay.
> Sajan Parikh
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