"Something for anyone new to Quicken. Not much for Quicken vets."2.0 starson by peters4
Pros: It's prettier than its predecessor.
Cons: This is primarily a cosmetic upgrade with few, if any, substantive new features.
Summary: With the release of its '07 version, Quicken seems to have fallen back to just going through the motions, knowing that it's expected to produce an annual product upgrade but not really spending a lot of time & effort doing it. As a result, Quicken 2007, while giving users new to Quicken a good, stable way to manage their personal finances, gives its existing users nothing more than some cosmetic changes. The home screen's new , there are new financial institutions whose data can be downloaded into Quicken, attaching documents to register transactions has been improved and the program loads a bit faster. Otherwise, there's not much and certainly not enough to warrent paying $70 - $90 to upgrade an existing Quicken 2006 or 2005 installation.
Intuit doesn't often publish "dot releases." If it did, Quicken 2007 would be more accurately named Quicken 2006.5.