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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Poll: AutoCAD 2010

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Autodesk has announced the release of AutoCAD 2010, along with the 2010 Version of discipline-specific software and AutoCAD LT 2010.  You can read the press release Please Login or Register to see the link.. Vote in our poll and tell us your thoughts on this upgrade in the comment section below.  Encourage your friends to participate in the poll also.

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7 Responses to “Poll: AutoCAD 2010”
  1. Nathan says:

    utoCAD Architecture 2010 software brings a variety of feature enhancements designed to help improve overall workflow, usability and interoperability including a new, more streamlined user interface that offers optimized desktop organization, a larger drawing window and quicker access to tools and commands. yadayadayadayada……..Yes but have the actual tools got any better yet? Can you actually render a decent size image without your pc crashing. Havn’t seen too much on any rendering improvements yet. Seems like they need to optimise memory usage somehow!
    If all they’ve done is further stuffed around with the ‘interface’ then all they’ve done is wasted more of my time trying to find how to do what I can already do. The modelling sounds very exciting not that I get to do much freeform but maybe it can help in site modelling – but I dispair that they probably haven’t enough aec staff to put onto that one to make it work. Well I’ve dealt with the dissappointment of the last 3 releases (where autocad tools have surpassed aec ones (solids) so I need to be NOT excited at all so that any small gift is appreciated.

  2. Eric Colburn says:

    I plan to update immediately. Yearly releases at first seem to be too much, but in fact, you end up with the most up-to-date version and functions. I did experience issues with early releases of Civil 3D when upgrading, but for the last two to three updates, everything went smoothly.

    Great poll!

  3. Elaine says:

    I am presently struggling with an equalization basin design in 2009 Civil 3D. We rarely need to use the grading/corridor elements at our company so it makes it very difficult to retain the intricate process of site building when you rarely use it. Drawing crashes and lockups are a plague in this version. Training classes are ridiculously expensive. I still miss Land and I know that the learning curve for Civil 3D sucks money out of the company and hurts my productivity. It’s hard to think you deserve a raise when you are constantly fighting with your software trying to find where they hid the layers, or the text size, or the labels……..
    We have a subscription but I would be an idiot to upgrade when I don’t even know how to run this Version.

  4. Kofi Edugyan says:

    I would like to say that it seems like a pretty good program.It has a lot of things which are the same as 2009 and it would be nice for me to learn 2009 first before I leap into 2010 since they have pretty much the same features with 2010 having more of them.

  5. NCA says:

    I aggreed 200% to these questions by Nathanuto:

    1. “…have the actual tools got any better yet?”
    2. “Can you actually render a decent size image without your pc crashing.”
    3. “Havn’t seen too much on any rendering improvements yet. Seems like they need to optimise memory usage somehow!”

    “If all they’ve done is further stuffed around with the ‘interface’ then all they’ve done is wasted more of my time trying to find how to do what I can already do. The modelling sounds very exciting not that I get to do much freeform but maybe it can help in site modelling – but I dispair that they probably haven’t enough aec staff to put onto that one to make it work. Well I’ve dealt with the dissappointment of the last 3 releases (where autocad tools have surpassed aec ones (solids) so I need to be NOT excited at all so that any small gift is appreciated.

  6. Kitty says:

    There are too many upgrades and this was very evident at the 2008 AutoDesk University. Attendees mentioned that they were over whelmed with all the new tools when all they want to do is produce a good product for their clients.

    Most people are happy with the version they have and keep it for as long as they can, then when they do upgrade it is absolutely brutal because the new version is totally different from what they are use too. I met people who are going from R2000 to R2010!

    Yes, you should upgrade, but each and every year is a bit much.
    (By the way, I use AutoCAD Electric 2009).

  7. sonia miller says:

    AutoCAD 2010 has been an orrendous experience, as a cad user for over 10 years I have always looked forward to changes in the better…but this changing the interface entirely reduces productivity and performance. A drafting software as complex as autoCAD is many people ‘s tool to do their work and it should not be so drastically redesigned. I will in the future recommend products products which developpers are less fleaky and keep in consideration the needs of the user ( a suggestion software company should hire actual designers to develop their products, not marketing analysts

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