Is it possible for me to downgrade my license of solidworks 2014 sp5 premium to professional . I have had to upgrade my computer to windows 10 and o don't think 14 will work.
Please see this thread as using 2014 with Windows 10 was covered quite heavily. There are a few great suggestions from Ryan Dark on how to get rolling.
does solidworks 2014 work on windows 10
premium or professional - they still have same requirements for operating system.
check your other post - i've put possible solution for u
As Wojciech says, premium license and professional have same requirements. This should work without any problems for 2014.
When I'm home o will try an installation. Thanks
1-O3P697 wrote: Is it possible for me to downgrade my license of solidworks 2014 sp5 premium to professional .
Is it possible for me to downgrade my license of solidworks 2014 sp5 premium to professional .
(Aside from the fact that you do not have to do this to proceed in your situation,) the answer is no. You cannot alter a license's tier. I asked. At least that's what I know of it.
I agree with the others.
You can talk to your reseller (VAR) and see if they can work out a deal with you.
My point was that I asked my VAR and was unable. They could sell a lesser one anew.
What if you ask your VAR to Remove your Premium and add a professional license? Is that so much different than an actual downgrade?
Yes. They can do that by you buying a professional license.
Don't like more expensive thing? Let it go to waste and throw money at new lesser license. New.
Of course they can offer you a new pro licence on for exchange for the premium. So I would be on a lesser subs fee but it's cancelled out by having to buy another licence. Yeh that would make complete sence to DS shareholders. The problem with DS on solidworks is they are completely inflexible when it comes to organising an upgrade. Freelancers struggle alot with this lack of support on the subs side. Very frustrating , but it will be exactly the same in another 10 years . They are in it to make money and that's that
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