Will you support Microsoft Money?

I have contacted Mint and they seem absolutely dug in in NOT supporting Windows 10 properly. Instead they try to force us Windows 10 users to use their "web" app.  But the web app doesn't work well on a small device like a Windows based tablet or a Windows phone.  So I have started a petition to Microsoft to bring back Microsoft Money.  Will you support this effort?  https://www.change.org/p/satya-nadella-bring-back-microsoft-money-as-part-of-microsoft-office?recrui... 

Doing so may have one of the following effects.  1) Microsoft actually does bring back Microsoft Money, or 2) Intuit finally realizes it is missing out on an important demographic... millions of Windows users who are more and more turning to small form factor 2-in-1s... and brings back the Windows 10 UWP Mint app to the Microsoft app store.

Either way its a win for those of us who don't use fancy schmancy grossly EXPENSIVE iOS devices, or buggy, plain-Jane Android devices.

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