Keep Track of Your Money
For personal use I will stick to GnuCash, with the account subdivisions like in Emma. GnuCash is best integrated with my other applications because I'm running a GNOME desktop environment. If I was running some other desktop platform, I'd probably opt for QHacc (out of laziness because I'd only have to install Qt). jGnash has a possible future because of its platform independence, but it doesn't meet my requirements (yet) for a personal/small-business/home-office bookkeeping package.
Machtelt Garrels started out as an industrial engineer but soon became involved in internet business. With a couple of friends, she started an internet provider running Linux in 1995 and added a Cyberkafee, also running Linux, in 1996.
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