Computer technology moves at a breakneck pace. A computer that’s five years old is considered out of date, and we’re all constantly upgrading.
This creates some concerns for QuickBooks. Namely, you need to be able to correctly transfer your QuickBooks information to that new computer. Scott Gregory takes a look at how to make that happen on his blog.
As you’ll see, the process is relatively simple. There are some key things to remember, though, that Gregory points out. For example, you may not be able to run a version of QuickBooks prior to QuickBooks 2010 on Windows 7.
If you have a new computer and need to move that all-important QuickBooks data, check out Gregory’s advice today.