Intuit is looking for beta testers to test the upcoming version of QuickBooks for the Mac, which will be Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X compatible.
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“We’re looking forward to a final release in early 2003, and want input from customers,” Intuit spokesperson Adam Samuels told MacCentral.
After several years of languishing,
Intuit announced on Aug. 5 that they would revive QuickBooks
for the Mac. Intuit also expects to release a new version of QuickBooks for Mac on an annual basis.
To apply to be a
QuickBooks for Mac beta tester go to the beta sign-up site. The computer where the QuickBooks beta software is installed must have: Mac OS 9.2.2, 10.1.5 or 10.2; 128MB or more of RAM; 100MB or more free hard disk space; a Power G3 or G4 processor; Internet access and e-mail.