Tuesday, October 30, 2007

AutoCAD on Leopard Mac?

Q. Is there AutoCAD for Mac?
A. Not really.

Q. Can I run AutoCAD on a Mac?
A. Yes.

Mac OS X Leopard Boot CampAutoCAD can't run on Mac OS like the latest Mac Leopard OS X but with the help of the latest Mac OSX that can run on Intel processors and use Boot Camp it's possible. Leopard includes Bootcamp and that way you can run AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, Inventor or other "heavy" Windows applications on your Mac. But still you need to have Windows OS like Windows Vista or Windows XP.

AutoCAD for Mac have existed but is a bit of the history. It was AutoCAD R11 and AutoCAD R12 that was also released for Mac.

1 comment:

  1. You can do better than bootcamp, where if you want to edit drawings you have to reboot your mac into windows and visa versa if you want to use mac apps. You can use virtual machines, and the latest ones have some spectacular performance. We have tested some of them and you can see a benchmarking report on our website as well as get the various pieces to the solution of AutoCAD on a Mac www.autocadformac.com.

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