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Hardware Requirements Released for AutoCAD 2013

Autodesk has released the platform and system requirements for AutoCAD 2013, which was launched on March 27, 2012. You can review the system requirements on the Autodesk website.

Below are a few frequently asked questions about AutoCAD 2013.

Does AutoCAD 2013 software support 64-bit operating systems?

Yes. (See the system requirements on the Autodesk website.)

Does AutoCAD 2013 software support Windows Vista?

No, AutoCAD 2013 does not support the Windows Vista® operating system.

Does AutoCAD 2013 software support Mac OS X?

AutoCAD 2013 for Mac supports some versions of Mac OS® X. (See the system requirements on the Autodesk website.)

What are the differences between AutoCAD 2013 and AutoCAD 2013 for Mac?

AutoCAD 2013 and AutoCAD 2013 for Mac are based on much of the same source code; however, AutoCAD for Mac 2013 has a look and feel that is familiar to users of other Mac software. (See the system requirements on the Autodesk website.)

Does AutoCAD 2013 software support multiple CPU systems?

Yes, AutoCAD 2013 software supports multiple CPUs. The performance of AutoCAD graphics and rendering systems benefits from multiple CPU systems.

  1. May 22, 2012 at 2:50 am

    I run Autocad 2013 on Windows Vista 32 Bit Home Basic, so I don’t know why it is claimed there is no support for it. Does this mean hotfixes and the like won’t apply if your product is installed on Vista, or that it isn’t supposed to work period on that particular OS?

    Sorry for the confusion..Its just that I’ve seen this repeated a few times across the web and I’d like to know in what sense it isn’t supported, since as I said already, I run 2013 on a PC with Vista Home Basic.

  2. July 7, 2012 at 9:24 pm

    Reblogged this on GRAPHIC CARDS.

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