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GnuCash

GnuCash allows you to track bank accounts, stocks, income, and expenses. As quick and intuitive to use as a checkbook register, it is based on professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate reports. It is backed by an active development community and is blossoming into a full-fledged accounting system.

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  •  28 Apr 2011 05:37

    Release Notes: This release improves message printed on screen and fixes various spellings in comments and translatable strings.

    •  27 Apr 2008 23:20

    Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed and translations were updated.

    •  17 Dec 2007 22:24

    Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed and translations were updated.

    •  20 Aug 2007 05:23

    Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed and translations were updated.

    •  08 Aug 2007 17:48

    Release Notes: Port to Microsoft Windows was completed. SWIG is now used instead of g-wrap for providing language bindings. The Scheduled Transaction list view is now improved and summarized more compactly. The Since-Last-Run dialog has been simplified. Check printing has been improved, with new formats and simpler format descriptions. Automatic saving of the data file was added.

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    28 Nov 2011 16:35 Avatar thel Thumbs up

    I've been using GnuCash for a little over a year now, couldn't be happier.

    15 Nov 2008 21:55 bcrowell

    performace problems
    This is just an initial impression, after migrating my wife's Quicken data to GnuCash, but I'm really disappointed in GnuCash's performance. It takes a minute and 20 seconds to start up, which is a couple of orders of magnitude longer than I'd consider good, and an order of magnitude longer than I'd consider reasonable.

    15 Nov 2005 08:22 jeffcovey

    nice to see 1.8.12! :)
    it's been so long, i'm afraid i'd more or less thought

    gnucash had been abandoned.

    18 Jan 2002 00:08 fredlwm

    Re: Gnome required?
    It requires the dependencies, but you can use it on any window manager or desktop.

    17 Jan 2002 19:12 mr6pope

    Gnome required?
    The website says that Gnome is required to run GnuCash, is this really true? I run fvwm2, and run plenty of Gnome apps. I want to give GnuCash a shot, but I don't want to have to change my window manager just for this.

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