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Intuit Quicken Deluxe 2009 (OLD VERSION)

by Intuit
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
274 customer reviews

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  • Bring all your personal finances together in one place
  • Get a snapshot of monthly spending, set savings goals and track your progress
  • Never miss a bill— stay on top of bills due and paid
  • Connect to online banking and credit card accounts with one password (on services require Internet access and are subject to change)
  • Make tax time easier— capture all possible deductible expenses
  • Capture all possible deductible expenses
  • Quicken Deluxe pairs perfectly with TurboTax to save you time
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Platform: PC Disc | Format: Box
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 7.6 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
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  • ASIN: B001D1Q7PM
  • Item model number: 406483
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (274 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,951 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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253 of 256 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Spindler on September 18, 2008
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I've been using Quicken Deluxe for about 6 years. I just upgraded to Quicken Deluxe 2009 and it 20 seconds to look at an account and 10 seconds to process any transaction which makes it basically unusable. After working with Quicken support for an hour and verifying the data file, support said that 2009 didn't support large data files well, they suggested I just delete all my old transactions every year and it would be much faster. Of course that defeats the whole purpose of using Quicken.

My quicken data file has about 20MB of data and quicken 2007 used about 200MB of ram to open it. Quicken 2009 now uses about 1.2GB of ram to open the same file.
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213 of 220 people found the following review helpful By R. H. Warner on September 12, 2008
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As with every other new Quicken annual update, Quicken 2009 Premier has been released prematurely with numerous problems! The program simply fails to download transactions from many financial institutions but gives you an erroneous online update summary that the account was successfully updated!

And the technical support for Intuit products can be summarized in one word: "Nonexistant"! Intuit has created a Quicken Community forum where everybody gripes about there non-working programs, but no solutions are offered here.
And worst of all Intuit no longer has effective telephone support! Oh yes you can email them and request a callback that will occur within thirty minutes. I've been waiting for my callback for a week.
In summary, don't buy this product till they get the bugs out which will be at least six months from now.
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175 of 180 people found the following review helpful By J. Kainen on September 12, 2008
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It's very frustrating, but after years of using Quicken, they've finally given sufficient reason to abandon it. Download of financial information has not worked for over a month; erroneous prices get imported into the program, and it take hours to remove it. Quicken's response is to say 2 things simultaneously: 1. They fixed it, and 2. Mutual fund price download doesn't work. Unless you agree with that definition of "fixed," it's time to look elsewhere.
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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By J. Frey on September 27, 2008
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I upgraded from Quicken 2007 to 2009 and was I sorry. I couldn't download transactions from my Quicken credit care after the upgrade and I sent two and half hours on the phone to a very pleasant lady in India before we got it straightened out. We finally painstakingly removed all remenents of previous versions from my computer and reinstalled. Now that it finally works I see no value added over the 2007 version, which in itself was no better then the 2006 version. I see no reason anyone would need to upgrade to 2009 Premier
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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By D Rosen on January 4, 2009
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If you are an existing Quicken user, here's what you will find with 2009.
1) It is buggy. I'm now running the third release of Q2009 and it still crashes on me regularly. I've never seen Quicken crash and I've been using it for over a decade.
2) Your online banking may stop working. Mine did. Quicken Help suggests deactivating the accounts and reactivating them to get them working again. It worked for me.
3) It's noticeably slower. It's most apparent during a reconciliation where a click on a check takes a full second to accept. Clicking on an existing transaction in the register takes a full second to obtain focus. It was not this way in Q2007.
4) If you use the calculator in the amount field, you now have to press <Enter> in order to accept the full calculated amount or it will only take the last calculation. A minor irritant, but consistent with almost every transaction I enter.
5) New categories will suddenly appear in your category list. You will need to delete them.
6) Minor changes to the interface. Some are okay, like the new tabs across the top. None are ground breaking. The interfaces that should have been fixed, like manually matching the downloaded banking transactions to the existing transactions in the register, were not touched. Still very poor feedback when doing an Update from your bank accounts. The Account List is very different. I find its new creativity gets in the way of usability. Little, unexplained icons now appear on your register and other parts of the interface.

Overall - a $90 disappointment. I do not recommend this version of Quicken, especially not at this time while it is so buggy. Wait and see how 2010 works out.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Paul E. Schwartz on March 16, 2009
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I have been a user of Quicken ever since the first release which came with clay tablets and a sharp stick. I was a huge fan. As a software developer I always used Quicken as an example of an application which did things right. They paid attention to how people worked and what use to take me hours on a spread sheet took me minutes in Quicken. With enough wine I actually looked forward to balancing my accounts.

Then came that ominous notice, the application that I had paid for years ago and which did everything I wanted it to do would be crippled come April, upgrade or else. End of support I understand, end of functioning I don't. But I was a loyal user and in some perverse way want the products I like to stay in existence so I paid up and upgraded to 2009 Professional.

The installation as expected was smooth, except that it left my desktop littered with icons for their other products. If you love the new smell of a computer with all the trial programs and links installed on your desktop then this will be an extra thrill for you.

Then the application, it has this weird habit of refreshing itself a few pixels off from where it was previously, it looked like it was going to make a dash for freedom from my monitor. It also drew buttons on top of popup windows, just in case I suppose.

But it was my old reliable, sort of, it zeroed out all my investment accounts, beat the banks to it. I'd log into my account on line, yup the money was there, I'd download it into Quicken, successfully by the feedback I got from the program, and, zero.

I did what any good user would do, I tried it again, I even read the instructions.
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