CorelCAD for Windows 7

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CorelCAD for Windows 7

Postby Brian53 » Wed Mar 18, 2020 2:23 pm

Hello,

I have recently updated my computer system to Windows 7. Even though it is more user friendly than Windows XP I used to work with, I still had difficult time to move on.
I am using CorelCAD and I wonder is it necessary for me to move to Windows 10? I know Microsoft stopped supporting 7 and now I am a little scared to get updates for my tools. What if the stop working? But if I move on to Windows 10 do I need to buy CorelCAD again?
Forgive being gullible but I am not a very tech savy person. I have my tools I know and like but other than that, yikes!
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Re: CorelCAD for Windows 7

Postby Ken Berry » Wed Mar 18, 2020 6:50 pm

Hi Brian. Unfortunately, we do not cover CorelCAD in this forum. That is done in the CorelDRAW community. That has its own forum and registration. So I'm afraid you're going to have to do it over again: https://community.coreldraw.com/talk/te ... f/corelcad
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Re: CorelCAD for Windows 7

Postby Brian53 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:11 am

Thank you Ken I will do that. And sorry for the trouble!
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