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    hey guys... i kknow quickbooks is great.. but my damn computer has some registry problems from my last os install and i dont want to re-install os again.. so my questions is

    is there another good program out there to invoice clients? that will help manage everything and has a good simple interface like quickbooks?

    thanks thanks

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    You mean the accounting software?
    Well, there are many firms with accounting software. It's just which one you want to buy.
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    Quickbooks is by far the best I've ever used, though there are certainly alternatives out there. Maybe even an OS alternative? Have you checked SourceForge?

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    I found this on Google:

    http://www.gnucash.org/

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    hey transio .

    yeah that doesn't look to bad.. still not near as friendly as qu ickbooks ..
    damn i wish mine would work.. it crashes after i open it and try to open an account or something and ive re-installed it twice.. they said its something to do w/ my registry.. u know anything about this?

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    You could try a regedit manual cleanup, but that's risky. You'd have to uninstall the software, then do a search for "quickbooks" in your registry and delete any entry you find matching it, then reinstall. Again, very risky.

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    Tried using GnuCash for about an hour (I need an ACCT software myself). It's totally unfriendly, and ultimately crashed.

    I'm gonna buy QB this weekend.

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    why is it risky? risky to my computer itself or quickbooks program?

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    Risky to the computer, I'm thinking. Editing the registry is about the most dangerous thing you could do to your computer.
    If you really want to, use the 'regedit' prompt in the Run command thing and delete all things relevant to Quickbooks, then reinstall the entire software.
    However, Windows has a backup for all registry files, but I don't know about OS.
    And I'm not sure there is a Run prompt for OS. So sorry if this didn't help.
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