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Technology Stocks : Intuit -- What's Its Future?
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From: ProDeath4/25/2006 11:19:46 PM
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Turbo Tax Macintosh?

This year I had what was undoubtedly the worst yet of an perennial series of problems with TT Windows. Installation problems, flakes, flaws - you name, this year was unbelievable, and I've used TT since it was a DOS product. Given the Windows machine was a freshly installed XP Pro with all updates and virtually nothing else installed on it, I've had more than enough to jettison Windows and TT completely. I will not pay $70 for a piece of software that causes me to spend hours over two days with tech support just to install.

I have said for some time now that the only reason I keep a Windows installation around is for TT, as other real work on my Intel boxes gets done with linux.

It occurred to me that I might have a final solution to the Windows question if TT is any good on the Mac, can anyone comment, especially on the newer Intel-based Macs?
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