Another Timeslips 2005 user raised the same question elsewhere;
It seems they had problems initially, but that was solved. Maybe that will help you decide?
Does anyone know if Timeslips 2005 will run in Windows 7 in XP Mode (available for the higher versions of Windows 7)?
I'm probably upgrading to a new computer soon. I'd prefer to save the cost of a new version of Timeslips and, more importantly, save the time of adapting to a new verion of Timeslips with a lot of new bells and whistles that I don't need. I remember this was a pain in the neck when I upgraded to a new computer with XP five years ago.
If not, any suggestions about the easiest and least expensive upgrade that will work?