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Published: July 24, 2022 (4 weeks ago)







AutoCAD Crack + With Registration Code (Final 2022)

Versions History

AutoCAD history

AutoCAD is the most popular CAD program of all time. For more than two decades, Autodesk has produced hundreds of CAD software updates, versions, and add-ons, each ensuring the program is always ready to meet customer needs.

The Autodesk Autosketch software development team typically releases three to five new versions of AutoCAD per year. The most recent update, 2017 version, is 2019. The most recent Autodesk AutoCAD version is 2020.

The following version history represents the most recent updates to AutoCAD. Prior versions and updates include:

Autodesk AutoCAD 1.0, 1982

Autodesk AutoCAD 2.0, 1984

Autodesk AutoCAD 2.5, 1986

Autodesk AutoCAD 3.0, 1990

Autodesk AutoCAD 3.5, 1992

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.0, 1995

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.5, 1996

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.5a, 1997

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.6, 1998

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.6a, 1999

Autodesk AutoCAD 4.6b, 2000

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.0, 2002

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.0a, 2002

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.0a2, 2002

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.1, 2004

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.1a, 2004

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.1a1, 2005

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.1b, 2005

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.1b1, 2005

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2a, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2a1, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2a2, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2a3, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2b, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2b1, 2006

Autodesk AutoCAD 5.2b2, 2006


Data interchange with other CAD programs


First released in 1984, AutoCAD was initially made available only as a graphics system for the Apple Macintosh. This was available as a diskette only, and was available for the Macintosh II and Macintosh SE and up. Later versions of AutoCAD for the Mac were available for the Macintosh Plus, Macintosh Classic and Macintosh SE as well. In addition, AutoCAD was also released for Microsoft Windows 1.0 in 1985 and Windows 2.0 in 1990. The first public release of AutoCAD was on 11 September 1985. The first public release of AutoCAD was for Apple Macintosh, 1.0.

Post-1991, Autodesk used the then-newly developed Application Program Interface (API) technology to allow users to use their AutoCAD software in a number of other applications. The API has now been integrated into the standard AutoCAD product, and also supports multiple languages, and can be used with a number of other Microsoft development tools. The program has grown to include Windows and Macintosh versions, available for users of Windows 7 and 8.5 on Microsoft Windows, and the Mac OS X operating system, and is available on a number of platforms.

In 1994 Autodesk introduced the first version of AutoCAD for the Microsoft Windows environment. By the mid-1990s, the Windows version was capable of supporting multitouch and other advanced pen features, and the user could draw on the surface of a Microsoft Windows computer screen using a stylus or a digitizing tablet.

In 2000, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2000, which was first released for Microsoft Windows, and then released on the Mac operating system in 2002. AutoCAD 2010 was the last release of AutoCAD to include only the AutoCAD trademark in its product name. The company refers to the new product as AutoCAD LT.

In 2011, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2011 for both the Microsoft Windows and Mac platforms. The Autodesk 2017 release, AutoCAD R18, was released in August 2017. It included many new features including dynamic design, advanced drafting, parametric design, advanced 3D editing, and so forth.

Other versions and successors

AutoCAD is not the only drawing system that Autodesk has released. AutoCAD Mechanical is one such successor. Originally developed to be a drop-in replacement for AutoCAD, Autodesk sold off the development in 1997. The


2. click the button “Tools”.
3. Select “Place 3D object to Spline”.
4. Start the free trial of Autodesk AutoCAD & Autodesk AutoCAD LT 2018.

5. Open the keygen with a text editor.
6. Select the folder that has the program and update the parameters.
7. Press Generate and finish.

8. Run the program.
9. Click on “File”
10. Select “Import”.
11. Select “3D Model” and select the folder.
12. Choose the file and click on “Import”.
13. Wait until the conversion is completed.
14. Click on “Exit”.
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?

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Markup Import and Markup Assist in AutoCAD can help you gather and incorporate feedback into your designs.

Click for a link to a comparison video of the two features

Lighting and Spotlight:

The Light Wizard (video: 2:07 min.)

Focus and dimension lights are now available, along with the ability to create a spotlight on an object for placement of lighting sources. You can also create text in your drawing as a spotlight and a camera position. (video: 2:42 min.)

Click for a link to a comparison video of the two features

Directional editing with the Latitude tool:

Directional editing and creation of arc symbols with the Latitude tool now allows you to extend existing lines. The Latitude tool also features a Linear Eraser and Circle Eraser. (video: 1:30 min.)

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Schematic design tool:

Rotation and scale of planes, solids and surfaces now work by moving the axis of rotation instead of rotating the object in place. (video: 1:45 min.)

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New commands for creating and editing Smart Art:

Drawing Controls (video: 1:13 min.)

Drawing Controls in AutoCAD allows you to convert your screen to a drawing plane and draw tools that appear as objects on the drawing canvas. You can draw any type of tool you want, and you can easily modify it to fit your specific design needs. You can also create custom screen drawing controls and apply them to drawings. (video: 1:55 min.)

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Find and Replace:

Find and Replace in AutoCAD is now much more powerful, thanks to a new powerful context-sensitive replace engine that can replace objects in several different ways. You can replace an object based on its type, location, style, and whether it is open or closed. (video: 2:55 min.)

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Editable Text in Layouts:

Editable text in layouts can now be adjusted up and down. You can also align the text up and down, right and left, and adjust font size. (video: 1

System Requirements:

Minimum specs:
OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Processor: Intel Core i5 3.4 GHz or AMD equivalent
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 470 or AMD equivalent
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 11 compatible sound card
Additional Notes:
We strongly recommend installing the most recent version of DirectX from the official Windows site, in addition to installing the latest drivers for your graphics card.
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