Monday, January 23, 2006

SBA Update 2 Details

It has been a while since I've posted, so I thought I'd chime in on the new SP2 (details here). It seems like Microsoft is jumping on the rapid-fire release train that Intuit has been on for a while. (Intuit puts out 8 or so updates to QB per year) It'll be interesting to see how many more we get out of Microsoft this year.

One thing I have to commend them on is addressing feedback from users.
  1. Matching transactions is painfully slow -- Fixed!
  2. Memo and Reference numbers can't be printed -- Fixed!
  3. Time entry dates are not carried over to invoices -- Fixed!
  4. Journal entries don't have totals -- Fixed!
etc, etc, etc...

They fixed a bunch of user feedback in SP1 as well. Personally, I'm excited to see how far they take it.


At 6:26 AM, Anonymous Alvin Tan said...

The whole application is slow. Has this been fixed?

At 11:21 AM, Blogger SBAGURU said...

The app can be slow in a few places, depending on your hardware and what you are trying to do. I've found that the app is initially a little slow when it just starts up, but speeds up over time. Also, if you have a lot of programs open and constantly switch between them, the app can slow down when you switch back to it. On my PC, SBA runs reasonably well in most cases, although, I have 512 MB of RAM and i'm sure that makes a difference.

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