Stop quickbooks from updating
policy, at least since 2007, has been to sunset Quick Books’ versions at about three and a half years after their release.
For example, I have a client who still uses Quick Books 2002, but technical support and some added functions are no longer available.Running an update requires that Quicken is exited—your work will be saved when closing Quicken.There may be a situation in which the One-Step Update process does not work.A few upstarts are trying, and I’m certain they will drive more changes into future Quick Books versions, but the only real competitor, Peachtree, isn’t anywhere close. What makes it the best, as much as I hate to use this phrase, is constant improvement.I do love a good conspiracy theory, but I just don’t see it here.
Not only is it a potential support nightmare, but somebody has to pay for it.