If AUTOCAD doesn't run on your old PC, TRY THIS!



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Note: This also can be helpful for those who use Linux. Since Autodesk AutoCAD is not available for Linux-based distros. This could be useful for you. 

AutoCAD is a highly resource-demanding app but is also one of the most important apps for many engineering branches. Running AutoCAD on an old PC can result in a stutter, lag, and an annoying experience. To overcome this problem to some extent I recently found a way. Note that it will not be 100% the same as the app but will, for sure, get your work done without affecting your device performance. 

So, the solution I am talking about is the web app offered by Autodesk itself. The same company that makes the best AutoCAD software. Web app basically runs on web servers and utilizes the resources of the servers, unlike the AutoCAD software that runs locally on your computer Operating System. If you have a good network connection then you are good to go. I tested this on my old PC which was stuttering to run the Desktop app ran the Web App like a champ. 

The Process: 

1. To go to the web app page, CLICK HERE

2. If you have an AutoCAD account, then sign in else sign up. 

3. You'll be redirected to the Web app page which will look something like this. 

4. On clicking New Drawing and giving it a name, you are good to go. 



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