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AutoCAD, an example of a CAD (computer-aided design) software program, has a variety of uses. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

AutoCAD was named one of the Best Products of the Year in the 2006 Computerworld Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards. It won the CAD “Best Overall Product” award and was also selected as the CAD “Best Product for Students” for 2006.

The “Basic” versions of AutoCAD are considered “entry-level” and require the user to pay a subscription fee each month, which includes all CAD software upgrades. Additional editions of AutoCAD are also available, including “Professional”, “Premium”, and “Ultimate”.

Enterprise customers of AutoCAD are required to purchase a volume license and are subject to yearly or monthly updates. Monthly fees for AutoCAD software vary depending on the edition being used. For example, the “Basic” edition of AutoCAD 2018 costs $365.95 per month while the “Advanced” edition is $1,110.52 per month.

AutoCAD R14 features

The R14 release of AutoCAD includes the following new features:

Smooth surfaces

The new function “Smooth Surfaces” helps CAD users to remove the rough and sharp edges of surfaces. This function is intended to help CAD users solve design problems such as working with small and large surfaces that have poor or no continuity. The function does not require the use of geometric objects. It can also be used to remove the edges of walls, floors, ceilings, and columns.

It can be used to smooth out construction drawings, although it is usually more effective to use the Geometric Modeling tools described later.

Smooth surfaces can be applied to the following drawing features:

Design elements

Sweep lines



Vector layers



Elements that are used to create surface features such as facets, sweep lines, lines, and so on. These features can be smoothed by using the “Smooth Surfaces” function. (Photo credit: Paul Edwards)

If the R14 release of AutoCAD is installed, the user will notice that there is now a menu bar on the drawing window that contains the following options:

Graphics/History/Options/System/Tabular/Apply/Smooth Surfaces/Reset/Delete

AutoCAD For PC

AutoCAD started as an AutoPLUS add-on to AutoLISP for the Atari computer. It was written by Max McGee and Dave Minnick and went into production in early 1980. Autodesk started working on an AutoCAD port in the late 1980s. The name AutoCAD was trademarked by Autodesk on May 25, 1989, by two people, Max McGee and Steve Hoadley, who were still at the time working for Autodesk.

In 1991, Autodesk announced the creation of a new language, Visual LISP, which would run on the same platforms as AutoCAD. In 1994 Autodesk released AutoCAD for the Mac, the first integrated CAD system available on both Mac OS and Windows.

Release history

1982–1984 AutoPLUS for Atari and Commodore 8-bit personal computers running AutoLISP.
1982–1988 AutoCAD for Atari and Commodore 8-bit personal computers running AutoLISP.
1987–1989 BCP—a primitive integrated 3D graphics modeling environment (a framework for 3D rendering, often including CAD visualization) for PC/XT, PC, and Apple II-based platforms running MS-DOS.
1989–1990 RADAR—a preliminary 3D graphics modeling environment for PC/XT and Macintosh.
1990–1991 RCAD—a portable and inexpensive CAD for the Commodore 64 and other 8-bit platforms running MS-DOS.
1991–1992 Autodesk Visual LISP—a language which eventually evolved into AutoCAD.
1992–1993 Autodesk 3D Studio—a standalone 3D graphics and CAD system for the Macintosh running MacOS.
1993–2003 AutoCAD LT—a more cost-effective, smaller, and more integrated CAD system for PC/XT, PC, Macintosh and Windows platforms running MS-DOS.
1995–1998 Autodesk Graphic Suite—an integrated suite of 2D and 3D CAD and 2D graphics software for the Macintosh.
1998–2003 AutoCAD for the Macintosh—a second generation, full-featured version of AutoCAD for the Macintosh.
2000–2003 AutoCAD LT—a “Lite” version of AutoCAD.
2004–present AutoCAD—a stable, full-featured version of AutoCAD.
2006–present AutoCAD LT—a “Lite” version of AutoCAD.


Open the Autocad and generate the key.

Send the key to the person you want to use the software.
You will be able to use Autocad without license cost.


I think this is the only Autocad Keygen by Autodesk.
1) Choose a licence and model you want to use.
2) Save it as a text (.txt) and read it using any text editor.
3) Print it on paper.
4) Cut the paper and put it in the left top part of the key and you can use Autocad.

This article is a companion to my previous article about Go’s error handling.

When I was writing Go and started playing around with channels I came up against some problems, which are rather interesting.

Instead of using just a normal channel (where you wait for someone to put something into the channel and then you put something back), channels are optimized for the case when you are waiting for several things to happen at once, usually all in the same goroutine.

This is a really useful feature and why I use them in all my projects.

To get the most out of channels you have to use it the proper way.

So let’s take a look at a problem I faced on a real project and how I overcame it.

Using the channel

Let’s say we have a server-side service that should react to an incoming event and send an email to a given recipient.

We could create a channel that will be filled with messages coming from the server.

So, the first time a user comes to the server, the server starts listening to an event (the new user arrived) and creates a new event (user accepted).

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What’s New in the?

Integrated to your existing drawing process, Markup Assist works with your design manager tools such as the Annotate tool to speed up the review and change process. (video: 3:20 min.)

There’s also an expanded WebExport capability, which will help you work more efficiently by exporting views of your models and drawings to a local file system and sending them to others or sharing them online.

Improved collaboration with the new Google Docs cloud-based service. Share your models and drawings directly with other users or clients to discuss changes in real time. (video: 1:20 min.)

See a new User Interface on the computer screen. With hundreds of new icons and navigational tools, you’ll have an easier time finding the information you need, quickly and easily.

AutoCAD 2023 will have new opportunities to create business processes. Work with drawings automatically and immediately, without additional work steps. Send drawings to print automatically, with the Draw Commands tool, to streamline your workflows. And there’s no need to save the file to the computer to send it.

Simplify the process of finding your drawings.

The improved search capability is more intuitive, with new navigational tools that help you find drawings and images faster.

The Libraries panel shows you all the files and drawing types that you have access to in the current drawing session. You can also save lists of files and drawings into Libraries.

New Home page for drawings:

The My drawings panel displays the name and location of all of the drawings and drawings you have access to on your computer.

If you use the new Search bar on the My drawings panel, you can find drawings and images quickly, even if they’re stored on different drives.

The Search tool also helps you find drawings with specific properties.

The new My drawings panel is enhanced with more information about your drawings and files.

The drawing name in the My drawings panel is now changed based on its type: sheet, annotation, compound, and so on.

The drawing type in the My drawings panel is also changed to allow you to see all of the sheets and annotations for a particular drawing.

The My drawings panel provides information about the author and the last person who changed the drawing.

When you open a drawing, the My drawings panel is automatically refreshed with the

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OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 RAM: 512 MB
512 MB Hard Disk Space: 500 MB
500 MB GPU: DirectX 11 or OpenGL 3.0 Compatible
DirectX 11 or OpenGL 3.0 Compatible CPU: 1.3 GHz processor or higher
1.3 GHz processor or higher Video Memory: 256 MB Video Card
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