|We all love new software, but we all seem to love it in different ways. Do we use the same old tricks? Or do we look at it as if it were a lump of clay, ready to be molded? Read on.|
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|We look at some great posts for CAD professionals considering the move to 64-bit workstations. If you've been wanting to upgrade your computer, but aren't sure then these posts are going to make it all clear.|
|Autodesk announce support for AutoCAD based products in Windows 7, but also announce known limitations. Read more to learn what products are released and what the limitations are.|
|Autodesk releases Inventor 2010 hotfix to fix grey buttons. Users experiencing grayed out option buttons or using the OpenFromVault command.|
In our previous two posts we have been discussing the increasing confusing topic of “minimum system requirements” for CAD workstations. In the first post we looked at the reasons why businesses should not be asking what the “minimum system requirements” when specifying new and upgrade hardware.
In our last post we discussed the growing question of “minimum system requirements”. We touched on the fact that we here at Kung Fu Drafter feel that this is not the goal CAD managers and technical support should be aspiring to.
“What are the minimum system requirements?” It is an increasingly common question being posed to CAD managers and tech support specialists. It’s a question of more than just the quantification of computer's processing power. It’s a question of a company’s return on investment (RoI) and infrastructure.