Brandon, MB, Canada, 30th Mar 2022, King News Wire, Data corruption, unbalanced balance sheet reports, slow performance and constant errors are just some of the troubles of an overgrown file.
A QuickBooks company file size can normally handle data up to 150MB in size. However there is no intimation from Intuit Company when they will increase this file size limit. Once the file size has been exceeded, it is recommended to upgrade to the costlier version of QuickBooks which is Enterprise.
Condensing or clean the file reduces the company file size by removing entries which are not used or not as important. Supercondensing a file on the other hand is a process that removes old, closed transactions from the file – reducing the size by 50-80%.
The QuickBooks SuperCondense is a service that extensively reduces the file size of a QuickBooks data file, resulting in higher responsiveness and faster performance, higher network stability and lesser prone to data corruption issues.
It also keeps items under the 14,500 limit for Pro and Premier and can convert large files to QuickBooks Online. What Intuit says about size limits, is that a Pro or Premiere file should not exceed 150MB, while an Enterprise file cannot exceed 1GB.
E-Tech’s SuperCondense service expels old data and reduces the size of the file by as much as 80 percent. “The SuperCondense feature is an advanced version of the Condense feature in QuickBooks and has proven to have far more extensive results with both document size and the QuickBooks’ pace,” E-Tech’s Technical Services Manager John Rocha said.
Currently, QuickBooks Online can only convert desktop data files under 350MB in size. With E-Tech’s SuperCondense service, QuickBooks’ users find it easier to migrate files to QuickBooks Online.
For more information on the benefits of SuperCondense, visit https://e-tech.ca/Quickbooks-Super-Condense-Service.aspx
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is a leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.
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