What is AutoCAD
AutoCAD is a software application that can be used for 2D and 3D designs and drawings. AutoCAD has been developed by Autodesk, which is a leader in drawing and design, and each year they introduce a much more advanced AutoCAD application. In this tutorial, we will see in detail about AutoCAD 2010.
AutoCAD 2010 has added many new features which have been requested over and over again by many users. It incorporates new features that are similar to the vertical applications produced by Autodesk such as parametric constraints. The Ribbon has been improved upon, PDF abilities have been added, and 3D printing functionality is now there. Full Article here.
- Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, Home Premium; Windows Vista (SP1); Windows XP (SP2 or later).
- CPU: Intel Pentium 4 or Xeon supporting Intel EM64T and SSE2 technology, AMD Athlon 64 or Opteron with SSE2 technology
- Hard disk: 2GB of free disk space for installation.
- Pointing device: Microsoft mouse support.
- RAM: 2GB.
- Screen resolution: 1024 x 768 with true color.
- GPU: video display adapter with 32-bit color (true color), 128 MB or higher, and Direct3D compatible workstation graphics card.
How to Install AutoCAD:
Why AutoCAD 2010? – this version of AutoCAD is already reached in so many features and it’s very easy to install and use. Being a student or starter in AutoCAD, I would suggest using this version as it’s so much light to use while you’re learning. It doesn’t consume too many resources on your computers like processor and memory when using Windows 11.
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