Click the links below to see information for different operating systems, versions of QuickBooks, and installation options.
Note: QuickBooks has not been tested with Internet Explorer 9. In some cases, it may be necessary to revert to Internet Explorer 8 to ensure the best possible performance with QuickBooks.
Note: If you have QuickBooks 2008 and are considering upgrading to Windows 7, refer to Running QuickBooks on Windows 7.
Natively installed Novell Netware server or Linux/Samba file servers can be used with advanced configuration. Performance will be affected on networks running less than 100 Mbps.
The following standard integrations are provided with QuickBooks (additional RAM will enhance the use of these features):
Note: QuickBooks can integrate with hundreds of third-party applications. See the Intuit Marketplace for the most up-to-date list.
Disk space requirements for additional software
QuickBooks 2008 has been tested with the following firewall and antivirus products. In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust settings in these products to ensure the best possible performance with QuickBooks.
Note: QuickBooks will work with systems running RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) but it is not recommended due to performance issues resulting in QuickBooks operating slowly.