AutoCAD was released initially in 1982 for Apple II computers. From 1984 to 1989, a licensed version of AutoCAD could be purchased from Apple Computers for US$995; each additional user in the family could get an additional $375, or, for $110, the entire family could share a single copy. It was soon followed by a version for the Apple Macintosh in 1987. In the first version, it was known as Macintosh Drafting from the Apple menu. It cost US$575 for the first Macintosh, and US$495 for a Macintosh and a LaserWriter printer. In the beginning, the programs lacked the sophisticated tools found in the later PC versions, but later versions were updated. The version for Windows began in 1987, and was designed by Ross Perlin. This version had the same basic interface as the Mac version, but did not support LaserWriter printers. It was originally distributed by Autodesk; in 1994, a personal version of AutoCAD was distributed through the mail as a.zip file. This version has since been replaced by the newer, full-featured Standard Edition. The AutoCAD software now supports printers up to the LaserJet printer. Standard Edition is a product based on Windows operating system and has improved tools and functions over Personal Edition. AutoCAD Standard Edition is available for both personal and commercial use. An R14 release was announced in 1998 for a Mac OS/X version of AutoCAD. In 1999, this was followed by an R21 release, which included a plug-in to Microsoft Internet Explorer. This was later replaced by an R22 release, in which full Windows 2000 functionality was added. Later, an R23 release added support for MS Office file formats, remote database connections, Microsoft Clients for AutoCAD, and Microsoft Workgroups for AutoCAD. The program’s name is derived from the first three letters of its four-letter acronym, “A C A” as in a two-letter abbreviation of “Autodesk” which was derived from the name of its original authors, the Autodesk Corporation, a provider of 3D computer software. After 1992, Autodesk developed a QuickCAD application, which was used to provide easy access to AutoCAD for those without a full license. A Chinese version of AutoCAD was first released in 1997. The official motto of the program is “Relevance is
AutoCAD was originally released with a 32-bit architecture. In 2003, AutoCAD 2000 introduced 64-bit architecture in which every field is 64-bit and the maximum data size is 8 gigabytes (GB). AutoCAD 2009 introduced 64-bit architecture in which every field is 64-bit and the maximum data size is 16 GB. All previous releases, whether 32- or 64-bit, had limitations on the maximum number of drawing objects per drawing or per drawing area. For a drawing of a structure with 1.2 million objects, there is no limit on the number of drawing objects in the entire drawing. From AutoCAD 2006, there are improvements in rendering, especially 3D rendering. In AutoCAD 2007, the interface was updated with the drawing area and the appearance of objects are changed to the look of 2007. In AutoCAD 2008, the user interface was redone with a more modern look. In AutoCAD 2009, every object in the drawing was redone. The objects of the drawing can be scaled from 1:1 to 20:1. 3D objects can be rotated to different angles and viewed from different angles. Animations can be done on each object to bring a picture of the project. The interface can be more flexible. The speed of opening and closing drawing files has also been improved. This version of AutoCAD also has a USB 3.0 port for connection to a computer. Autodesk released AutoCAD 2009 for Microsoft Windows. It is available as both a 32- and 64-bit application. AutoCAD 2009 for Microsoft Windows does not support printing. AutoCAD 2012, which was released in December 2012, is available as both a 32- and 64-bit application. It supports 64-bit processors and the maximum size of a drawing has been increased to 16 GB, with all drawing objects contained within a drawing having a maximum file size of 4 GB. In November 2012, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2013 for Microsoft Windows. It introduced a new user interface and overall performance improvements. Autodesk released AutoCAD 2013 for Mac OS X and iOS (Apple’s operating system for mobile devices). It was released in November 2012 and introduced a new user interface and overall performance improvements. In December 2012, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2014 for Microsoft Windows, the first release since the release of AutoCAD 2012. It introduced a new user interface and overall performance improvements af5dca3d97
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Control Line Capability: Now you can create control lines of unlimited length. When a control point is selected, its control line is automatically extended to the end of the current view or to a specified distance, based on your settings. Extension Lines: Visible extension lines can now be automatically generated at specific intervals and used to create dashed lines and vector polygons. Highlight Lines: Use highlight lines to show all contours on a viewport. Control and customize the highlight line appearance. (video: 1:30 min.) Masking Display Options: This new, easy-to-use tool lets you create shapes and objects in a viewport that hide parts of the viewport. You can also define other objects that you want to include in the masking. Marking Tools for Revit: Visualize Revit model geometry in 2D. Now you can create and edit fillets and marks to mimic the shapes, fillets and marks that Revit uses to represent modeling data. You can add new marks, edit existing marks, and view the existing marks with preview geometry. Revit to AutoCAD Facility: Easily generate AutoCAD linetypes from a set of surfaces in a Revit model. (video: 1:30 min.) Text Layer Create Object: Import a text layer, such as a layer created in Microsoft PowerPoint or Adobe Illustrator. View Controls: Many controls in AutoCAD are now searchable, including through the Clipboard. You can also find and set the current view orientation. (video: 1:21 min.) Workspace: One large workspace can be split into many smaller workspaces, letting you have more than one open and easy to use. (video: 1:19 min.) Topology: The ability to detect topological changes is now built into the topology view. You can now make your own styles from the Style Gallery. From one or more existing styles, create new styles based on the existing settings. You can now choose between multiple linked entities in drawing contexts where one is linked to the other. You can now import shapes into a drawing or a linked entity. You can now create and edit 3D components using the new 3D modeler.
Minimum: Windows XP Home, Windows Vista Home, Windows 7 Home, Windows 8 Home, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8.1 Pro Memory: 2 GB RAM Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon or Core 2 Duo (Dual Core 2.0 GHz) Graphics: GeForce 8600 or ATI Radeon HD 2600 DirectX: Version 9.0 HDD: 500 MB free space Recommended: Windows XP Home, Windows Vista Home, Windows 7 Home, Windows 8 Home, Windows 8 Pro,