This week we stopped by the Dassault Systèmes headquarters outside of Boston, MA to talk with SolidWorks CEO Bertrand Sicot about what we can expect from SolidWorks 2014 and other SolidWorks products as we approach the new year. We’ll talk with Bertrand about everything from what’s new in SolidWorks 2014 to what we can expect from the yet-to-be-released Mechanical Conceptual software.
Tag: solidworks 2014
Looks as if 32-bit computing has one pudgy, incompatible leg in the ground. It’s been on it’s way out for years, but if you look in your computer’s Local Disk drive, you’ll still see a majority of applications reside in the Program Files (x86) folder. Still, support is waning. As SolidBox reported, SolidWorks 2014 will be the last to support 32-bit operating systems. That means, when SolidWorks 2015 is released in Oct/Nov of 2014 and you’re prepping to push the install button, you better be doing it on a computer with a 64-bit OS.