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Thread: EQ 5 Vs EQ6

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    KrazyQuilter's Avatar
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    I am thinking of upgrading to EQ6 and was wondering what the big differences are between it and version 5. Are there lots more blocks? What about fabrics? Are they lots better? Thanks!

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    Super Member Quilting Aggi's Avatar
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    I have EQ6. I never used EQ5, so I really can't make any opinions. All I can say is that I love my EQ6!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Super Member Oklahoma Suzie's Avatar
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    I've been thinking about upgrading myself. I was told by a shop owner, that it was so much better. She said it was easier to use.

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    Super Member Bill'sBonBon's Avatar
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    I have EQ5. MY opinion is... Their software is very expensive, To upgrade you have to pay big again. You can only download EQ6 only a certain number of times. If you have computer problems or buy a different one. The downloads count. Of course if you already have EQ5 you can allways use it. Both are good software,I have no problem using EQ5. It is a personal preference. Putting the whole program on your PC uses a lot of memory. I have used EQ5 countless times and then taken it off my PC. Blessed are those that have Both :lol: :lol: Enjoy which ever one you buy. The program is lots of fun.
    Bill'sBonBon

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    Super Member Harmony's Avatar
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    I upgraded from EQ5 to EQ6. I do think it's easier to use and worth the extra money. I've put it on 2 different computers. I'm not crazy about the limit on activations, but I guess there's a good reason why they do that.

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