Electronic Teller (ET) debuted in 1994 as a native OS/2 financial application. Its beginnings were small and its progress intentionally slow, because the goal was to provide a software application that was as bug-free as possible.
Twelve years later, this philosophy remains unchanged--development is still intentionally slow and releases infrequent because in-house testing remains as important today as it was in Electronic Teller's infancy. If this last statement suggests that the program is used by its developer on a near daily basis, that's because it is. Having a stable, reliable financial application is as important to me as it is to you, and so it's in my best interest to ensure that what I use is a tool I can trust.
Version 4.40 of Electronic Teller is undoubtedly the most versatile of its incarnations and the closest to the original intention. This version sports an expanded Account Book in terms of functionality and ease of use; it's forecasting capabilities have been improved; and, visually, it's just, well, nicer. Investments are easier to track, too, now that the investment functions have been improved and "plugged" into the Internet. Be sure to check out the Features section to get a good overview of what version 4.40 can do.
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