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Computerized Investing > May/June 2007

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This note is to comment on your selection of the MSN Money portfolio manager as the product-of-choice for Web portfolio tools [July/August 2006 CI Comparison, available in the CI archives at AAII.com].

In November 2006, Microsoft “upgraded” their portfolio manager product and simultaneously dropped support of Windows 98 clients. When you attempt to view your portfolio from Windows 98, you are told Microsoft no longer supports Windows 98 client systems. You have two choices—revert to the “basic” portfolio tracker or upgrade to a newer version of Windows (2000, XP, or Vista). In my opinion, Microsoft is being narrow-minded and self-serving in only offering its portfolio manager to people using Windows 2000, XP,

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