AutoDesk AutoCAD ( Sledgehammer Beta ) For Mac OS X

Updated on August 8, 2019 in Architecture Rumbling 2019

AutoDesk AutoCAD For Mac OS X
Screenshot: MacRumors

The last time AutoDesk has a working AutoCAD for Mac was 18 years ago, rumors has it that a Mac compatible version of design most popular drafting software known as AutoCAD is making an appearance soon. With the on going feud between Adobe and Apple, there is a possibility that Adobe might stop releasing the latest Photoshop for Mac. Back to square one! Long live Windows.

p.s. Where to download AutoCAD for Mac? Search for torrent sites with the following keywords – AutoCAD MAC Sledgehammer Beta 1. From what I heard, AutoCAD for mac is slow, comes with lots of bugs and might cause your mac to crash (just like Windows).

2 Comments

  1. Great news!!! especially to those engineers. AutoCAD to Apple Mac really made me excited really made me excited, I believe that for millions of design, engineering industry professionals, this would be a perfect combination!!!
    Hmm, this made me one more reason love my iPad! It has almost completely replaced my personal computer. For the things I do… Is is perfect! Much nicer than any CPU I have ever owned. For work, all my other computers would do a lot of things I would never use it for, and do it painfully in the process (slow, buggy, etc.). When you get down to what you do most on you personal computer… the iPad does almost all of the things an average user needs, and with a much much nicer U/I. Easy of use, fast, and efficient. The other computer manufacturers could learn a thing or two from this, but even if they do… they will probably screw-up the one they come out with by adding all the crap back in again. For entertainment, now with one of the top features of iPad — movie watching, Im totally in enjoying kinds of videos and movies with iPad, though some times need in the help of iPad video converter from iFunia for lack of flash support. Ugggggg!!!!

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