Make Your Move from XP and Vista
Windows® 7 from Microsoft gives you an improved operating environment for working with your SolidWorks product development solutions.
SolidWorks 2013 is the last release that supports Windows Vista. SolidWorks 2014 will not install on Windows Vista.
If you haven’t already moved to Windows 7, we STRONGLY ENCOURAGE you to upgrade to Windows 7 now and be ready to take advantage of the new capabilities coming very soon to SolidWorks 2013. At this time the ideal approach is to upgrade your computer hardware to 64bit technology and use the Windows 7 64-bit Operating System.
With this combination, you will experience increased performance, improved stability with higher memory limits, and increased functionality geared to the 64-bit environment. You can customize your workspace to put programs and files at a mouse click with revised task bars, jump lists, file previews, and notifications.
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Get all the advantages of Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 7 is simpler to use, more responsive, and full of new possibilities. Windows 7 makes users more productive with improved access to data and applications. Enhanced security protects your data, and improved PC management reduces costs and streamlines the IT workflow.
- See the Top 10 reasons to make the move the Windows 7.
- Check out 7 Tips for Windows 7 and see how Windows 7 enhances working in the SolidWorks environment to make you more productive.
- Microsoft has made the upgrade to Windows 7 fast and easy. See the step-by-step guide for upgrading to Windows 7.
- Explore Windows 7 and see the advantages of an upgrade.
- Compare features of Windows 7 to Windows XP.