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In 1993, AutoCAD was the first major application distributed via the internet. At that time it was called “Autodesk Network” and was based on the Netscape Navigator browser. It was an early application to adopt the Internet for the purpose of selling a product, in this case, a CAD application.

Now over a decade later, Autodesk offers a wide range of applications through the Autodesk On Demand platform, and also has an app store that offers the AutoCAD app as well as some other applications. This development is another major step in the evolution of the Internet as a sales channel.

Autodesk: the founders and early success

Autodesk was established in 1977 by John Shook and others in California. AutoCAD was the first major product, launched in 1981, and has been in continuous development ever since.

AutoCAD grew organically as a desktop product, available for the Apple II, Atari and the IBM PC platform. It has evolved into a powerful cloud-based 3D CAD system and has a variety of mobile apps.

How AutoCAD started?

AutoCAD started as a one-man-team. John Shook was the main author. He got his Masters in Mechanical Engineering at UCLA, and developed his first CAD program as a Senior Engineer for Micro Solutions in 1979. John left Micro Solutions and started work on a 2D Drafting Software that he would release as a product in 1985. He created the first version of AutoCAD from scratch.

John also started training and supporting users, and expanded into a full CAD software business. John went on to create other software products, such as Fireworks and Flame. He wrote an excellent book on technical writing for engineers called The Complete Guide to Technical Writing. John is now a Senior Vice President at Autodesk.

John Shook at Autodesk

John Shook (left) and his colleague Brian Godbout (right)

Who was involved in the early days?

Brian Godbout, Andrew Cowan, Tim Chen and Bob Johnson were also involved in the early days of AutoCAD and Autodesk.

Brian Godbout was the first employee and was John Shook’s mentor and business partner for almost 10 years. Brian joined AutoCAD in 1981, and worked on the drafting component until John Shook was ready to release AutoCAD

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The 2013 upgrade from AutoCAD R14 to AutoCAD R19

AutoCAD Pro 2019 was the first version of AutoCAD released with an operating system of Windows 10. The software version number was 18.1. With Windows 10 Anniversary Update, AutoCAD Pro 2019 was the last version of AutoCAD to use the Windows 7 operating system.

AutoCAD R20 supports Windows 10 operating system.

See also
List of CAD editors


External links
AutoCAD Homepage

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Run the AutoCAD_2015_Gold_PATCHER_64_BIT.exe.

Enter your product key.

Click OK.

This will allow you to extract the patch.

Source Code

This is the source code of the patch,
as it is presented by the vendor.

All source code is available for free.

The patch will be available in the Autodesk Knowledge Base


We must analyse the hex of the binary, and we will find the method
to apply the patch, as specified in its file and in its execution method.

Let’s extract the patch, with WinRAR, into a new file.

We will analyze it with HEX to find the method used.

As it has a lot of data, it is better to get the hex of the file into a
4 gigabyte file, to have it quickly available.

Also, it is best to use a 32 bits file, because of the different size of the
32 and 64 bits, and because of the possibility that 32 bits arch are
not installed, and the patch will not be installed.

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We can see that this file is in the ZIP format,
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?

User Interface Enhancements:

Save strokes for reuse with the single click of a button. (video: 2:00 min.)

Customizable toolbars:

Use toolbars to group tools and functions in the way that works best for you, and easily toggle tools in and out of the toolbar. (video: 1:30 min.)


Use unique, custom color names to match any number of colors. (video: 1:30 min.)

Content management:

Organize and distribute content on a drawing, a project, or across multiple drawings. (video: 1:30 min.)

External data:

View a drawing’s geometry, contours, and extents from external software including Cadsoft or Autodesk 360. (video: 1:30 min.)


Navigate and manipulate objects with the ability to pivot, scale, pan, and rotate on the drawing canvas. (video: 1:30 min.)

Customization and optimization:

Apply a predefined palette of colors, patterns, styles, and fonts. (video: 1:30 min.)

More powerful scalability:

Open and manage drawings and scale, grid, and annotation options at any size. (video: 1:30 min.)

Export for print:

Send drawings to a shared folder that can be read and printed with minimal effort, even on a low-end, portable device. (video: 1:30 min.)

Upper Right Toolbar:

Consolidate tools and give them a more prominent position on the UI. (video: 1:30 min.)

Down Right Toolbar:

Provide specific access to commands through a toolbar that’s organized by function. (video: 1:30 min.)


Use labels to describe the objects in your drawings and accurately place text. (video: 1:30 min.)


Find help for almost any situation with an exhaustive reference library, help for common tasks, tips for faster drafting, and practical reference tools. (video: 1:30 min.)

Model Check:

Save time and avoid frustrating drawing errors with a step-by-step, easy-to-use interface for checking your models. (video: 1:30 min.)


System Requirements:

Supported OS: Windows XP or higher
Windows XP or higher Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or faster
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or faster RAM: 2 GB or more (4 GB for PC version)
2 GB or more (4 GB for PC version) Hard Disk: 10 GB or more (40 GB for PC version)
High resolution graphics card required for 1080p graphics
Interface: Controller Type: N-Key (required)
N-Key (required) Keyboard Type:

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