I am using AutoSketch 10 with Windows 7 Pro 64-bit OS and having no compatibility issues. I am a new user with AS10, so did not experience any transition issues.
I have been using AutoSketch 10 for about 4 months on a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit machine with no problems. My computer was an initial install of AS10, not an upgrade. I am a new user with AS10.
I am running Autosketch 10 on Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit system. I just purchased it and downloaded it recently but all I've tried seems to work well.
I've been an Autosketch user for many years but Windows 7 is the first time the old one wouldn't install. I bit the bullet and bought 10. So far so good.
I couldn't install AS10 on my Win7 64-bit desktop. No problem on my Win7 32-bit notebook.
I tried from download, and from disk, regular and safe mode...nothing worked.
AS sales told me AS10 won't install on Win7 64 bit.
I gave up and got ACAD/LT. Student edition cost less than AS but I need to learn so much again, and AS drawings won't import directly. I have to export to dxf or dwg and then import.
Congrats to you who had better luck!
I run AS 9 on a win 7 64 bit with no problem except the inability to double click on an AS file, causing the AS software to load, just as you can on any other windows software. You have to start AS 9 first, then go inside the program and search for the file, a real PITN.
I am thinking of buying AS 10, wondering if that would eliminate this behavior.
I've used AS10 on several different WIN 7 machines with no problems. I consideer Windows to be unusable unless you are in as an administrator, so I can't speak for PC's / people who victims of IT departments that prevent such access.
I run AS10 in win 7 64 bit and am able to launch it by double clicking on skf files. But I don't know whether or not you need AS10 (vs. just fixing some Windows issue) to do that.
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