Quicken 2015 with Upgrade from Win7 to Win10?

Anyone using Quicken 2015 with Win7 and have upgraded to Win10? If so, how did the upgrade impact Quicken 2015 if at all. Just trying to understand things
prior to making the upgrade!
Thanks charliec
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snipped-for-privacy@email.com wrote:

No difference at all. I did go into scheduled downloads once to make sure my daily download was registered. Not sure I needed to do that, but everything is working fine.
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Great! Thanks!
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"Arthur Conan Doyle" wrote in message wrote:

No difference at all. I did go into scheduled downloads once to make sure my daily download was registered. Not sure I needed to do that, but everything is working fine. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
And no difference at all going from Win8.1 to Win10.
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I went from 7 Pro to 10 Pro and I did notice that I had connectivity issues afterwards. Flakey bank downloads/update at first, then after a day or two nothing downloaded.
I ended up uninstalling Q2015 Premier and ran CCleaner. Then reinstalled Q2015, and now it seems to work OK.
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snipped-for-privacy@email.com wrote:

A bit off topic here, but why (unless there's some function in W10 you really think you need) would you take such a risk within one week of upgrading... especially on a computer that handles your finances?
I've read of some real horror stories about folks that take the bleeding edge jump....
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On Monday, August 3, 2015 at 3:14:23 PM UTC-7, snipped-for-privacy@email.com wrote:

I did the upgrade about three hours ago and have since run Quicken a couple of times. Initially it froze on loading my file, but then I closed/reopened Quicken and the file loaded no problem. So far so good.
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Great, thanks!
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On Mon, 03 Aug 2015 15:14:21 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@email.com wrote:

I'm running Quicken 2014 under Windows 10 (I upgraded from Windows 8.1 this morning). No problems, and if 2014 works without a problem, almost certainly 2015 will too.
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"Ken Blake, MVP" wrote in message wrote:

I'm running Quicken 2014 under Windows 10 (I upgraded from Windows 8.1 this morning). No problems, and if 2014 works without a problem, almost certainly 2015 will too. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Running Quicken 2015 R8 on Windows 10 Home. All is well.
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