How do I disable Quicken update nag?


N

Nestor

Quicken 2010 now nags me to upgrade every time I launch it. Used to be I
could set the nag to 14 days hence. No more, alas.

How can I disable the nag? I don't mind diddling with the register.

I'm running Windows XP.
 
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J

Jim H

Quicken 2010 now nags me to upgrade every time I launch it. Used to be I
could set the nag to 14 days hence. No more, alas.

How can I disable the nag? I don't mind diddling with the register.

I'm running Windows XP.
As I recall, there is a little checkbox that says "don't show me this
again". If so, check it.

On the other hand, Quicken Deluxe 2012 is at Costco for $19.99, with
their coupon.
 
N

Nestor

As I recall, there is a little checkbox that says "don't show me this
again". If so, check it.

On the other hand, Quicken Deluxe 2012 is at Costco for $19.99, with
their coupon.
I should have mentioned. Quicken is now ignoring the check box.
 
R

RBroz

I should have mentioned. Quicken is now ignoring the check box.
Try this ....in the Quicken 2010 opening screen press "CTRL+Shift" and
find and press the "ONE STEP UPDATE button" all at the same time ... you
shud get a confirmation that you won"t get prompted anymore. Worked for
me a while back....
 
N

Nestor

Try this ....in the Quicken 2010 opening screen press "CTRL+Shift" and
find and press the "ONE STEP UPDATE button" all at the same time ... you
shud get a confirmation that you won"t get prompted anymore. Worked for
me a while back....
Thanks, that seems to have worked. At least I got a message box saying I
will no longer be prompted to update.

Good trick.
 
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