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I have used Quickbooks for more than 10 years. I don't use certain features of the program, however I am pretty aware of their operation. Many of the core basic elements of the product have been the same for many years. This applies ot many business software products (IE Office and the like). For most there is little need to upgrade more than once every 3-4 years or more. Intuit wants that revenue stream and when a new OS comes out they always warn you that they dont support the product you have under the old os. For the most part users will not have any issues. I upgraded today from 09. In order to "activate" the product I had to call some offshore operator who wanted to pitch me payroll service while she waited for the activation code. This is a stall selling technique and frankly nobody is going to sign up listening to some operator in choppy English pitch you anything. Intuit tries to sell you merchant processing, online doc backup, payroll table updates (TOTAL RIPOFF) I use an online payoll service that fully integrates with qbooks and files everything electronically plus you print the checks yourself. That solution saves a ton compared to quickbooks that charges yearly for the tax tables even though in some cases the tables may not change from one year to the next. The 2010 version seems faster than 09 running on Windows 7. They are too pushy with registration. The force you to fill out a questionaire whether you want to or not. If they could force you to upgrade yearly I think they would do so. Bottom line this is a solid do it yourself accounting product. Upgrading probably makes sense for anyone running 2006 and Vista/Win7.
Paired quickly and effortlessly with my Galaxy Note 4. Sound quality is fantastic considering you are going from BT -> FM. Anxious to see if it stands the test of time, but it works great for now!
Works fine for me. I have not had any problems with it. However, I haven't noticed anything better about it than cheaper filaments like GizmoDorks. I personally will probably just order the $25 type filaments moving forward. (This is my personal review but, IC3D did offer me a discount to post this review.)