The user does not receive error Crash Cacher while opening QuickBooks 2014 in Mac after updating Mac. Is it necessary to purchase updated version 2016 for Mac as QuickBooks is not updated. Also give me some idea over set up of multi user license for 2.
QuickBooks financial management software offers QuickBooks for Desktop and QuickBooks for Mac. Depending upon that the user can use the accounting software. The features entrenched n QuickBooks for Mac version includes: timesheet printing, adjustments in reports, resize columns on forms and many more. Every time updates are released for the version, it enhances its functional areas. There are times when the users report issues while using their QB 2014 for Mac. When the user login to the company file it crashes unexpectedly. You can report the issue to QuickBooks technical support team for resolving the problem.
The reason may be due to the crash in QuickBooks running on El Capitan is related to a window left minimized when exiting QuickBooks. Some users are successful in deleting preferences files, but make sure that your QuickBooks Mac version is not supported on your OS.
For deleting the preferences files you need to follow the below steps:
- Quit QuickBooks in case it is running
- Go to the search and hold the option key and click on Go -> Library
- Then in the Library window it opens
- Double click on Preferences
- Move all the files form com.intuit.quickbooksxxxx.plist to the trash (where xxxx is a year, like 2015, 2014, 2013, etc. ensure that all are deleted)
- Re-launch QuickBooks program
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