I have QB Pro Desktop 2019 along with Payroll. I got an email that I have to upgrade by May 2022. I searched for QB 2021 without a subscription and can not find any. So it looks like I am forced to upgrade to QB 2022 with a subscription. I'm not sure what the system requirements are. I have Windows 10 and my computer can not be upgraded to Windows 11. Do I have to have Windows 11 to run QB 2022?
Also I would like to install QB on 2 of my computers. Is that possible with QB 2022 with only one license or do I have to purchase a separate copy for each computer? I thought I read that you could install on up to 3 computers with one license.
1. You can still purchase QBD 2021 with the one time license from some partners. Contact us in private for assistance
2. QB Desktop (all year version including 2021 and 2022) doesn't support Win 11 natively at this time.
3. You can purchase a license of QB Desktop for single user to install on 2 different machines as long as you don't run QB Desktop at the same time. Otherwise, you have to purchase a license of QB Desktop Pro for 2 users or 3 users.
My bad. They already support it with the following reference. They updated it 3 days ago.
No update yet for QBD 2021
I'm still confused on what natively means? I know some computers could upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11. Is that still considered native? My computer does meet the minimum specs to upgrade to Windows 11. Can I still install QB 2022 on Windows 10?
Natively installed means it was installed on a particular system or environment that it was designed for. This also means that it doesn't need to run in a virtual environment or emulation software. You can install and run QB Desktop 2021 and QB Desktop 2022 on Win 10.