The eagerly anticipated Windows 10 is finally here, but what does it mean for Autodesk users?
If you’re thinking of upgrading to Windows 10, you may want to hold off for the near future as Windows 10 if so far not an officially supported operating system across the Autodesk software portfolio.
We recommend to our customers to hold off updating to the latest operating system on their PC until Autodesk’s technical team have worked on ironing out any bugs/compatibility issues that could affect your software.
However, there is good news if you can’t wait to get your hands on that new Windows 10 upgrade as Autodesk is working on making sure many of its key software products are compatible with Windows 10.
*Updated November 3rd 2015.
Autodesk have stated that many of their 2016 software products have now been tested with Windows 10 and are confirmed to be working correctly. Please note the following product specific details:
- AutoCAD 2016 is supported with the application of AutoCAD 2016 SP1
- AutoCAD LT 2016 is supported with the application of AutoCAD LT 2016 SP1
- Autodesk have indicated that most AutoCAD-based verticals should be installable and perform as expected on Windows 10
- Inventor 2016 is supported on Windows 10
For full information on Windows 10 compatibility please visit: http://knowledge.autodesk.com/search-result/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Windows-10-support-for-Autodesk-products.html
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