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Hence, the software doesn’t seems working on An Electrical Engineer by profession, Kapil is a Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Content Creator.Please read the entire post & the comments first & create a system restore point before making any changes to your system.Although the data conversion should leave your Microsoft Money data intact, it's better to be safe than sorry.If you already have transactions in Quicken that you want to keep separate from the imported Money data, then create a new Quicken data file for importing (if not, then you can skip this step).Till Windows 8.1, folks easily managed to go with earlier versions.But now with Windows 10, the software is completely challenged due to compatibility issues.The company has now announced that it's going to discontinue the product despite years of effort and millions of dollars spent to try to defeat Intuit's Quicken product.
The file must be empty for the conversion to be successful, so you need to create a new file: If you haven't installed Quicken, do so now.
Next, review account and payee information to make sure it converted properly.
You'll likely need to make some adjustments since Quicken can't convert all characteristics of Microsoft Money accounts, including some business-specific data.
If you've installed Quicken, gone through the setup process, and named a new data file, but you haven't entered transactions, then you're ready to convert the data. You'll be given options for starting a new file, opening a Quicken data file or importing data from Microsoft Money (if you don't see this, refer to the procedure for those who already use Quicken). Quicken will find your Money data file and will start converting it.
If you have multiple Money data files that you want to convert, follow the steps for "If You Already Use Quicken" above to create new folders for the remaining data files.