Autodesk Releases AutoCAD2017, Adds Customization Capabilities
FREMONT, CA: In a move to address the ever growing demands of the engineering and design industry, AutoCAD announced the release of its AutoCAD 2017. The latest release will enable CAD users to work across connected systems, enabling easy collaboration and personalization. Developed by Autodesk, AutoCAD was first launched in 1982, and has since been a commercial software for 2D and 3D computer based designing and drafting.
The latest update brings to users a number of enhanced capabilities such as improvised graphics processing and workflows. Another notable feature of the upgraded version is its ability to handle PDF files with ease. The new “Import PDF” feature allows importing Geometries, True Type text and raster images in PDF format into the current drawing as AutoCAD objects.
It comes with timely product updates and learning support, thus providing a continuous support to its users. The Autodesk Desktop App replaces Autodesk Application Manager and also provides the latest security patches and updates for all the versions of Windows based Autodesk products, without disrupting the workflow.
There have been significant improvements in the backend support along with latest version AutoCAD 2017. The new update of Autodesk Desktop allows managing software functions even with the subscription-only feature and provides updates for the upcoming as well as previous versions of AutoCAD. The current version however is engineered keeping in mind the 3D graphics feature, but not compromising with the 2D capabilities. Nevertheless, the new update prevents unnecessary changes to the system settings during configuration and comes with a lot of customization options.