Microsoft® Money 2004 Deluxe provides a quick and easy way to organize and manage your personal finances. Powerful, yet easy-to-use tools for financial planning, balancing your checkbook, managing credit and debt, simplifying taxes, and more.
|Required Processor Class||Intel Pentium II Processor|
|Required Processor Speed||266 MHz|
|System Requirements||Standard System Requirements: Computer/Processor: Multimedia PC with Pentium 166 or higher processor required, Pentium II 300 recommended Memory: 32 MB of RAM required, 64 MB recommended. Windows XP requires 64 MB of RAM, 128 MB or higher recommended Hard Disk: 75 MB free hard disk space, plus 50 MB for Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (included on the CD) if not already installed, plus an additional 68 MB if running instructional videos and audio help from hard drive Drive: 2x or faster CD-ROM drive Display: SVGA color monitor with minimum 256 colors, capable of displaying 800 x 600 resolution, 16-bit color recommended. Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, or Windows XP Peripherals: SVGA graphics card or compatible video graphics adapter, Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device, 28.8 Kbps or higher-baud modem required for Internet connectivity and online banking, Audio board with headphones or speakers required for audio Miscellaneous: Microsoft Money for the Pocket PC requires a Windows CE based Pocket PC 2002 device with 500K available program memory and ActiveSync 3.5 API|
|Required Memory||64 MB|
|Required Disk Space||75 MB|
|Software Name||Money 2004 Deluxe|
|Software Main Type||Management|
|Required Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000|Microsoft Windows 98|Microsoft Windows ME|Microsoft Windows XP|
|Software Type||Financial Management|
|License Type||Complete Product|
|Min License Size||1 user(s)|
|Max License Size||1 User|
|Version / Edition||Ver. 2004|
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