Are Quicken updates cumulative?


J

Just me

Does each Quicken update generally include all prior updates or does
each update have to be installed separately?

In other words, if I install Quicken do I need to also apply just the
most recent update or all updates for that year?

Thanks!


George
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S

Steve JORDI

From experience, yes they are.
The exe file is each time a bit bigger so it is likely that it
includes the previous ones.

Sincerely,
Steve JORDI

(Remove the K_I_L_LSPAM from my email address)
 
H

Hank Arnold

Does each Quicken update generally include all prior updates or does
each update have to be installed separately?

In other words, if I install Quicken do I need to also apply just the
most recent update or all updates for that year?

Thanks!


George
(e-mail address removed)
You really don't have to do anything special. Just install and run "One
Step Update". It will do everything for you. BTW, the updates *ARE*
cumulative. You'll see only the latest update applied.

--

Regards,
Hank Arnold
Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Directory Services
http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/personal-pc-assistant/
 
J

Just me

You really don't have to do anything special. Just install and run "One
Step Update". It will do everything for you.
Thanks for your response.

Yes, this is what I would do if I was going to install Quicken now,
but I don't plan to (don't ask).

What if I wait to install it until sometime in the future? Like a year
from now?

How long does Quicken keep the updates available for One Step Update?

I was planning to download and keep the updates until I am ready to
install the software.
BTW, the updates *ARE*
cumulative. You'll see only the latest update applied.
Thanks!



George
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S

Steve JORDI

If you want to install it in several years,
you can download the manual update files now and save them.
That's what I do. I keep the latest patch executable so I don't
need any Internet connection.
And I keep only the latest one.

Sincerely,
Steve JORDI

(Remove the K_I_L_LSPAM from my email address)
 
H

Hank Arnold

Thanks for your response.

Yes, this is what I would do if I was going to install Quicken now,
but I don't plan to (don't ask).

What if I wait to install it until sometime in the future? Like a year
from now?

How long does Quicken keep the updates available for One Step Update?

I was planning to download and keep the updates until I am ready to
install the software.


Thanks!



George
(e-mail address removed)
No guarantee, but they should keep updates for at least a year. If you
are talking Q09 or Q10, probably. If earlier, probably not.

However, they do keep manual updates around longer... If One Step
doesn't work, you can probably download the manual update file.

--

Regards,
Hank Arnold
Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Directory Services
http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/personal-pc-assistant/
 
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