QB Issue Resolution:

If you are considering buying new computer equipment or updating your operating system to Windows 7, you may be wondering whether the version of QuickBooks you’re currently using will be compatible.

QuickBooks 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010 (Pro, Premier, and Enterprise Solutions) are designed to be compatible with all editions of Windows 7 (32 and 64-bit). QuickBooks 2009 and 2008 can run on Windows 7, but some functionality may be impaired and you may encounter problems we cannot resolve.

Find your version of QuickBooks in the table below and use the information to help determine your best course of action. If you aren’t sure, find out what version of QuickBooks you have.

Note: As long as you have a currently supported version of QuickBooks, you can contact us and get assistance even if your version is not Windows 7 compatible. However, support would be limited to issues that are not known Windows 7 issues.
Overview

QuickBooks version

Your options

Next steps/Notes

2011 and later

Choose the Windows 7 edition that best suits your needs.

Install QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Be sure the latest QuickBooks update is installed.
If you encounter problems, a Support Agent can troubleshoot and help resolve your issue. Fees may apply. (ProAdvisors go here – Sign in required)

2010

Choose the Windows 7 edition that best suits your needs.
Upgrade to QuickBooks 2013.

If you choose not to upgrade to QuickBooks 2013:

Review Known issues using QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Install QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Be sure the latest QuickBooks update is installed.
If you encounter problems, a Support Agent can troubleshoot and help resolve your issue. Fees may apply. (ProAdvisors go here – Sign in required)

2009

Install and run QuickBooks on Windows 7 (but be aware that you may encounter problems we cannot help you resolve).
Run QuickBooks on Windows 7 in XP Mode (Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate edition required).**
Continue to run QuickBooks on a computer that is not running Windows 7.
Upgrade to QuickBooks 2013.

If you choose not to upgrade to QuickBooks 2013:

Review Known issues using QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Install QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Be sure the latest QuickBooks update is installed.
If you need technical support to resolve an issue with Windows 7 and QuickBooks 2009, after troubleshooting, the Support Agent may say that your version of QuickBooks is not compatible with Windows 7 and we cannot provide assistance.

2008 and earlier*

Continue to run QuickBooks on a computer that is not running Windows 7.
Run QuickBooks 2008 on Windows 7 in XP Mode (Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate edition required).**
Upgrade to QuickBooks 2013.

 

 

Resolution for Issue 'Running QuickBooks on Windows 7' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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