CI Staff .


Discussion

John Carsten from New York posted about 1 year ago:

This file is an Executable file ie .EXE.

Executables may contain things that I don't want in my system.
I elected to not download, as I do with all executable files that are presented to me.


Mark Gahagan from Illinois posted about 1 year ago:

Tried to open this in a windows virtual machine. It is an .exe file which ostensibly does nothing. I suspect it has done something in the background but my virus checker found nothing. Doesnt work anyway!!


Doug Hart from Maryland posted about 1 year ago:

Try downloading direct from the Vertex42 site, it is an Excel file only, not executable.

http://www.vertex42.com/Files/download/xls.php?file=money-manager.xls


S Gilford from California posted about 1 year ago:

If you want a more robust free software application to manage your money, then I would suggest Microsoft Money. Although the retail version of Microsoft Money has been discontinued, Microsoft has made available a free Microsoft Money Plus Sunset version. Money Plus Sunset is available in two versions: Money Plus Deluxe Sunset and Money Plus Home & Business Sunset. Both versions provide the ability to import QIF and OFX file types that most financial institutions provide, thus eliminating much of the manual data entry. Additionally, if you Google "microsoft money forum", you will find free applications that make it easy to obtain and import stock and mutual fund prices into the sunset edition. In summary, Microsoft Money is alive and well.


Gilbert Parker from Michigan posted about 1 year ago:

I HAVE WINDOWS 7, AFTER DOWNLOADING I TRIED TO OPEN IT AND THE MESSAGE SAYS "APP HAS REQUESTED THE RUNTIME TO TERMINATE IT IN AN UNUSAL WAY"
I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT MEANS.


Antonio Alvarez from Pennsylvania posted about 1 year ago:

I am using windows Vista and got the same message as Gilbert Parker:"APP HAS REQUESTED THE RUNTIME TO TERMINATE IT IN AN UNUSAL WAY".

It was not a plain Excel File but an executable file.


Yusuf Qamar from Kansas posted about 1 year ago:

This program does not download ! Error messages appear. Not good.


Richard Tuttle from Florida posted about 1 year ago:

I got the error message using the cnet download site. The http://www.vertex42.com site has a lot of templates for free download. You have to download them directly from the vertex42.com site as the Excel file format. The cnet download has an .exe file that performs the download which causes a virus error mentioned above.


Sorry, you cannot add comments while on a mobile device or while printing.