Autocad 2010 64 Bit Portable Free Download !!HOT!!
Download autocad 2010 bytable for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.1. Free DOWNLOAD PER MEGA and Mediafire, it is compatible with 32 (x86) and 64 (x64) bit systems, it is in English. It is not compatible with Windows 10, however we have another bytable version that works with Windows 10, we refer to Autocad 2017 bytable.
Autocad 2010 64 Bit Portable Free Download
Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications software (VBA) is no longer installed with AutoCAD. For more information and free download visit: -download Microsoft has stopped supporting VBA for some time now & it's not ported to 64-bit.
For a free DWG viewer see AutoCAD DWG TrueView 2010. Autodesk TrueView also has DWG Convert built in so you can batch convert DWG files. You can even bind Xrefs, Purge, Set default Printer to None, Audit and fix, replace Page Setups, and place all files in a Zip file or specified directory.
Graphics Card Driver Update For the best program performance, verify and update your graphics card driver. For more information, see Graphics Card Driver Update. Remote Access Applications It is not recommended that you use any type of remote access application in conjunction with AutoCAD 2010 when it is configured to use hardware acceleration. Most remote access applications cannot support hardware acceleration, which can cause general display failure and instability. If you need to use remote access applications, disable hardware acceleration or use the /NOHARDWARE command line switch to start AutoCAD 2010 in Software mode. Hardware Certification Database To download and install the latest hardware certification XML file, visit the Hardware Certification website.
As I said yesterday, and I do not work for AutoDesk, but I spent some many minutes waiting on hold and then did finally get what I do consider a very receptive and friendly response. I was told in no uncertain terms that they do not sponsor any more privately owned AutoCAD programs as of Windows 10. Back in the day, I had upgraded my computer to Windows 10 and AutoCAD would sort of work, but many of the commands would not. So I went through a process that Windows had at the time of restoring 7, which Microsoft did for me, as there was apparently a 30-day restoration process. So be careful and I have no idea if Microsoft will ever again restore Windows 7 from what once was a free upgrade to 10. The last few days, as in some seven or eight years since, I found the following, which I intend to explore but have not as yet -- longbowsoftware.com claims to have software that might make AutoCAD compatible with Windows 10. And vintagecad.com claims to still have versions of AutoCAD LT 2010 & 2015 available for purchase: 076b4e4f54