Technology & You: BULLETIN BOARD: SOFTWARE
Microsoft Money, a distant pecond to Intuit's Quicken in personal-finance software, will sport a new look in late summer. Money 4.0 will abandon Quicken's "checkbook" metaphor in favor of a colorful opening screen that offers a choice of financial-management modules and a daily chart showing aspects of your financial condition. Money, which was to have been sold to Novell to clear the way for Microsoft's now-abandoned acquisition of Intuit, allows you to do online banking at Chase Manhattan and others. The new version requires the Windows 95 operating system.