Other times, Windows 10 just fancies doing its own thing for a while, slowing your eagerly awaited update to a crawl.
Quicken has offered various editions, with varying prices - such as Basic which includes only those typical activities for someone with simple banking accounts, to Small Business for someone that also runs a business out of their home.
Quicken includes online services that allows users to retrieve transactions from various providers - such as their bank or credit card company.
Since 2008, each version has tended to have the release year in the product name (e.g., Quicken Basic 2008); before then, versions were numbered (e.g., Quicken 8 for DOS).
There are several versions of Quicken for Windows, including Quicken Starter, Quicken Deluxe, Quicken Rental Property Manager, Quicken Premier, and Quicken Home & Business, as well as Quicken for Mac.
I used Quick Books, then OFX (Open Financial e Xchange - arguably the first public "Web Service," even though it's SGML and bailing-wire - and moved forward as new, better personal finance managers (PFM) came out.
I diligently have exported and imported, massaged and cajoled over 20 years (yes, twenty) of financial data from my first sole-proprietorship at 15 until today moving accounts and account data from bank to bank and from PFM to PFM.
[UPDATE 11/08/12: Sometime in the past few weeks, the problem went away.
I assume Capital One and/or Quicken came to whatever decisions they needed in order to allow automatic downloads once again.] I have a few Capital One credit cards — have had them for years.
Quicken is a personal finance management tool developed by Quicken Inc. On March 3, 2016, Intuit announced plans to sell Quicken to H. But the core functions can often be used more widely, regardless of country; and versions have been tailored for a variety of marketplaces, including Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Singapore.