In several years, Autodesk has stopped supporting some of their 32-Bit software. Such as Revit, Inventor, and 3ds Max. Autodesk finally decided to stop providing AutoCAD 32-Bit. We all can see this coming because 32-Bit has become less popular and the most operating system is 64-Bit now. And don’t forget the benefits of the 64-Bit system over the 32-Bit system.
You can still use AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2019 or older if you need a 32-Bit system. However, Autodesk won’t provide 64-Bit for 2020 version.
About Edwin Prakoso
I work as an Application Engineer in Jakarta, Indonesia. I’ve been using AutoCAD since R14 and Revit since Revit Building 9. I occasionally write for AUGIWorld magazine and also active in Autodesk discussion forum.
I’m an Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) for Revit Architecture and AutoCAD. I’m also a member of Autodesk Expert Elite, appreciation for individuals who give contribution to Autodesk community.
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