Mixing GnuCash with windows

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Dec 24 22:48:18 CST 2003

Geeze, this is backwards...  You'd only use Linux for GnuCash?  What's
the point?  Most people only use WINDOWS for financial apps and use
Linux for everything else..  Honestly I see no reason to use GnuCash
if you're a happy MicroSerf.


"Byron Weber Becker" <bwbecker at uwaterloo.ca> writes:

> I currently use windows and cygwin.  I don't have Linux
> or variants installed;  if I did, it would be solely to
> support GnuCash.
> So, the big question...  Is it worth it just for GnuCash?
> I'm really fed up with MMoney and Quicken -- but I don't
> want a huge hassle to manage my finances either...
> I'd have to reboot the computer every time I switch back
> and forth between windows and linux, right?
> Thanks
> Byron
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