LinuxPR: New Release of Kapital, a Personal Finance Manager for KDE/Linux/FreeBSD
Dec 14, 2001, 22:33 (28 Talkback[s])
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"theKompany.com has now released version 0.9.6b of
Kapital, our personal finance manager package for KDE and Linux.
One of the big things in this release is that we have now added
direct support for FreeBSD in partnership with C.R.F Consulting in
England, "We are delighted at being instrumental in bringing
Kapital to the FreeBSD user base." said Nik Clayton, Managing
Director at C.R.F. Consulting. "The KDE project continues to
provide an excellent foundation on which to build useful and
productivity enhancing applications, of which Kapital is a prime
example. FreeBSD, a very reliable, efficient, operating system,
makes the natural platform on which to deploy these applications."
Kapital is meant to be in the spirit of Intuit Quicken or
Microsoft Money, but without the bloat associated with those
packages from years of justifying upgrades. Kapital has everything
you need for managing all your personal finances."