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QuickBooks Pro 2010 - Old Version

by Intuit
Platform : Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista
362 customer reviews

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  • QuickBooks Pro 2010 helps you easily organize and maintain your business finances, all in one place
  • Quickly access key customer, vendor & employee information in a single location
  • Instantly create invoices, track payments and manage expenses
  • Save time and money by tracking every dollar going in and out of your business
  • Get insight into your business with access to over 100 reports
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Platform: PC Disc | Format: Box
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 2.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002KINCSW
  • Item model number: 409612
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (362 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,731 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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257 of 261 people found the following review helpful By cander on December 5, 2009
Access Method: BoxPlatform for Display: PC Disc
I could not agree more with some of the customers' reviews here on Amazon: QB Pro on Windows 7 64-bit cannot be used for your business.

Our company upgraded our computers to Windows 7 64-bit along with Quickbooks 2010 to try it out, but have not transitioned the whole company over to QB 2010 because it just has so many things that don't work.

The most important issue that the fact that printing just doesn't work consistently, neither for pdf's (sending estimates, POs, reconciliation) nor simply printing invoices and receipts. If you try to follow suggestions posted on QB support discussion forums, the fix lasts about a day or so. After rebooting your computer or even QB again, the issue begins again. It's impossible to run a business with Quickbooks 2010 if one cannot print. For non-QB programs, printing works perfectly. So this is clearly a QB problem.

Due to the above, we've resorted to running the business with Quickbooks 2006 with off our older computers that have Windows XP 32-bit. Completely frustrating.

I'm not a person who likes to criticize products. I'm providing this review to simply warn users who have Windows 7 64-bit to really stay away from Quickbooks from 2010 until Intuit resolves the issue. It's really unfair that QB is asking us to pay for customer support when the issue is clearly because the product does not work.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
February 10, 2010
Cander - We are sorry to hear that you've experienced some issues running QuickBooks 2010 on a Windows 7, 64-bit machine. We do fully support QuickBooks 2010 on Windows 7.

Microsoft has tested QuickBooks 2007, 2008, and 2009 on Win 7 and has deemed them to be compatible with Win 7. Please see the Windows 7 Compatibility Center (http://bit.ly/b452GP) for more information. Additionally, Intuit has tested our products on Win 7 and has cataloged the issues that you may see on Win 7 with QB 2009 and before, along with fixes or work-arounds. You can see that information in our Windows 7 FAQ (http://bit.ly/8XGgay).

The specific issue that you mention regarding printing is a known issue that has a work-around posted on our site. This issue mostly occurs for customers with Canon printers. The resolution to this issue can be found at: http://bit.ly/dAngPD
187 of 190 people found the following review helpful By EmbeddedFlyer on November 11, 2009
Access Method: BoxPlatform for Display: PC Disc
As another review mentions, the bulk of the 29 reviews currently posted are by Vines members who received the product for free and beta testers who are coddled by Intuit. There are precious few independent reviews here. Why is that?

I've been a Quickbooks user since 1999. Up until QB 2005, it was a solid, nearly bug free and user friendly product. Unfortunately, Intuit "sunsets" their products and makes it increasingly impossible to use an older version after a few years. So I was forced to upgrade beyond 2005. The short version of a very long sad saga is each version after 2005 has been worse than the one before it with 2009 being the biggest mess yet.

2010 is *marginally* better than 2009 in some ways. Intuit has made the online banking actually function again (they completely broke it in 2009) and cleaned up a few other annoying 2009 issues. But, sadly, the "nag screens" have gotten even worse and there are even more things that are now expensive upgrades. It's completely insulting to be forced into buying new versions of Quickbooks only to have it increasingly function like "trial ware" or some "light" or limited functionality version until you spend even more money with Intuit.

Not only is it annoying, but all the nagging literally makes the product harder and slower to use. When you're just trying to get things done, another offer is in your face to spend more money with Intuit. It's not good for one's blood pressure or productivity.

Quickbooks behaves almost like malware. Their online update system runs all the time even when you don't have Quickbooks open. And not only does it get updates for the software itself, it also seems to feed yet more "special offers" to your PC to spend more money with Intuit.
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427 of 448 people found the following review helpful By R. Pink Floyd on October 12, 2009
Access Method: BoxPlatform for Display: PC Disc
2 stars, let me give a more thoughtful review than before.

Quickbooks is a nice program in many ways. Its easy to use, clean, produces quality documents. The reports are useful and very adaptable. The new feature where you can cut and paste from Excel docs directly into customer and vendor lists was a good idea. Having a brief experience with Peachtree, I can say that Quickbooks is probably a superior program overall, the biggest advantage being the fine way you can double-click just about anything in QB and drill down for more info. The ease of use and quality of the very basics are what makes this program decent enough. But I'll also say again that I was probably just as happy with QB 2001, and the years worth of changes to the program and how much it costs to really use it have probably, on the whole, been for the worse.

But my biggest problem with it is that the entire program just seems highly focused on sucking money out of the customer. Things that should be basic features require pricey subscriptions, the most notable being payroll. A 3-star accounting program might let you process payroll, do the tax and deduction calcs for you on paychecks, all simple stuff. A 5-star program might in addition actually automatically download the tax tables onto your computer every year, a nice feature. But Intuit charges the user to use these and other features, where even the Basic payroll subscription - required for processing paychecks yourself - costs close to as much as the program itself over the course of a single year.

This year, before I got the program I was impressed when reading about the feature that allows you to attach documents to a customer or vendor......just a useful idea. But then I get the program and I find that they CHARGE you to store docs.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
February 10, 2010
Thanks for your review, Pink Floyd! It's great to hear that overall you're happy with your experience with QuickBooks. We work hard to make QuickBooks a program that saves our customers time and money, so the team will be happy to receive your feedback.

Now, to address your concerns about additional services that cost extra. There are some added features you can purchase as you mentioned. But, we've found that not everyone needs all the bells and whistles. So, we leave some features as add-ons to keep the price down for all the users who feel the standard feature set suits their needs.

Many of our customers choose to process payroll manually through QuickBooks for free. The payroll subscription is for users who want the up to date payroll forms and tax tables to be confident that their payroll is done right, so they don't have to worry about manual calculation errors. The payroll subscription also includes free live payroll support.

The document management feature in QuickBooks is free up to 100 MB, or approximately 1,000 2-page PDF documents. This means that, for the majority of our customers, document management is free. Only the smaller portion of customers who choose to store larger numbers of documents will sign up for the enhanced service, which starts at $4.95 per month.
110 of 113 people found the following review helpful By J. Brown on November 10, 2009
Access Method: Thin Software DownloadPlatform for Display: PC Download Verified Purchase
Ok... I am using Vista, and have been successful, so don't be too scared by the other posts. I did, however, have a problem with this download. For whatever reason, after waiting for it to download, I tried to install it and it informed me that the file was corrupt and needed to be downloaded again. Not knowing for sure whether the problem would repeat itself, I instead went to the Intuit download site and downloaded it from there ([...]). You'll still need to purchase it from here to get the good price (the price on the Intuit site is $[...]), but when I downloaded from there, the install went fine.

So, my recommendation.... buy it for cheap here to get your product and registration key, but download it from Intuit!
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