Ken Blake, MVP
After every download from brokerage, bank or credit card, Quicken 2014
crashes. Fortunately, the downloaded data makes it into Quicken before the
Nuisances: the screen is flickering *a*lot* whenever I change screens, and
the screen refreshes are quite slow. Very annoying, especially when
you're looking intently at the screen. That, plus a bunch of other
annoyances that I've submitted to Intuit early on in the 2014 release cycle
(i.e., a little less than a year ago). But so far, none has been fixed,
and I've gotten absolutely zero feedback on my detailed problem reports.
At this point I'm hoping that the fixes make it into Q2015. If not, then I
will be evaluating my need for Quicken, and whether or not I want to
continue to support the company.
I wish I could tell you what's wrong, and how to fix your problems,
but I can't. But I can tell you that neither I nor any of several
others I know don't experience those problems, so they are not simply
Quicken 2014 problems. It has to be something about *your* setup
(Windows options chosen? hardware? driver? something else?), so it's
probably not a matter of fixes making it into Quicken 2015.