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What about my paying clients running 32bit machines?

Question asked by Joseph López on Jan 22, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 16, 2015 by Dave Jones

I understood that starting with the 2015 release that Solidworks would only be available for 64bit machines. This holds true with E-drawings 2015. This is not an issue for our design group. However, our project engineers, project managers, senior managers, and clients do not work on 64bit machines. Since all of the 32 bit machines in the world have not been decommissioned simultaneously, it seems that offering E-drawings only for 64 bit machines is a bit short sided. How is my company going to be able to share our designs with internal customers and even more importantly, externally with our paying clients without 64bit computers?