About AutoCAD Software | AutoCAD is a computer aided design (CAD) software released by the United States-based company Autodesk. The first version was presented in December 1982. It is the preferred vector-based program for drawing technical drawings. This product allows creating 2D and 3D geometric objects. It is also one of the first vector drawing programs in the industry. File format: DWG and Operating System: Windows, Mac OS X, IOS, Android systems. Autodesk has also created a drawing interchange format called DXF so that the DWG file format can be read by other CAD programs.
This software is a lower cost version of AutoCAD so its features have been reduced. It was first presented in November 1993. Autodesk designed this product with an entry-level CAD package to compete at a lower price point
AutoCAD Student Edition
Licenses obtained until March 25, 2020 were 36 months old. After that date, Autodesk has switched to a 12-month renewal license model. Students, Trainers and Educational Institutions will be able to have this licensed product free of charge. They can also renew each year as long as they are eligible.
This software from Autodesk supports the following languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Czech, Polish and finally Hungarian.