Intuit provides a table to compare the versions of Enterprise Solutions from 7.0 to 10.0.
Intuit provides a table to compare the versions of QuickBooks Premier from 2007 through 2010.
Intuit provides a table to compare the versions of QuickBooks Pro from 2007 through 2010.
If you need to reinstall any of the 2010 series of products (QuickBooks 2010, Enterprise Solutions 10.0, Point of Sale 9.0, or Cash Register Plus 2010) but your original CD or download has become damaged, you’ll need to re-download your QuickBooks product. Download links appear below.
To complete the installation using the software you download from these links, you’ll need both the product code and the license number from your original purchase. If you originally downloaded your product, this information would have been included in your email from Intuit following your purchase; otherwise, it would have been included on a label on your CD envelope.
Visit one of the links below to re-download your paid-for version of QuickBooks:
Over the time, the scope of the information that the QuickBooks backup function actually backs up has increased. As a result, a backup file (.qbb) is often much bigger than the company file (.qbw) itself.
If you’re using an older version of QuickBooks and you’re relying on the integrated backup function as your sole backup, you should check the Help file included with your version to make sure important files are included.
For QuickBooks 2008 through 2010, here’s a list of what is included in a .QBB file created with the integrated QuickBooks backup function:
- The company file (.qbw)
- Letters and templates
- Logos and images
- Printer settings
- Spell check files, including the user dictionary
- Financial Statement Designer files, including client and data files
- The transaction log (.tlg) file
- ND files (.nd)
- Cash Flow Projector (.cfp) files
- Business Planner (.bpw) files
- Loan Manager (.lmr) files
For more information on what’s included in a backup, consult this Intuit knowledgebase article.