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What's New in AutoCAD 2022
Trace provides a safe space to collaborate on drawing changes in the AutoCAD web and mobile apps without fear of altering the existing drawing. The analogy of trace is a virtual, collaborative tracing paper that's laid over the drawing, allowing collaborators to add feedback right in the drawing.
Functionality differs slightly depending which version of the app you're using. While you can view traces in the desktop, web, or mobile apps, you can only create or edit traces while using web and mobile.
Quickly and accurately count the instances of objects in a drawing. You can insert a table with the count data into the current drawing.
The Count feature offers visual count results and more control over the count criteria. Specify a single block or object in the model space to count its instances. You can also use the Count palette to display and manage the counted blocks in the current drawing.
When you're in an active count, the Count toolbar displays at the top of the drawing area. The Count toolbar includes the number of objects and issues, along with other controls to manage the counted objects.
Floating Drawing Windows
You can now drag a drawing file tab off of the AutoCAD application window, making it a floating window.
Some benefits of the floating drawing window feature are:
- Multiple drawing files can be visible at the same time without switching between tabs.
- One or more drawing files can be moved onto another monitor.
Start Tab Redesign
The Start Tab has been redesigned to provide a consistent welcome experience for Autodesk products.
The Start tab highlights the most common needs, such as:
- Resume work - Continue working where you left off.
- Begin new work - Start something new, either from a blank slate, template content, or existing content in a known location.
- Learn - Explore the product, learn new or improve existing skills, discover what has changed in the product, or receive relevant notifications.
- Engage - Engage in a customer community, give feedback, or contact customer help or support.
3D Graphics Technical Preview
This release includes a Technical Preview of a completely new cross platform 3D graphics system being developed for AutoCAD, leveraging all the power of modern GPUs and multi-core CPUs to offer a smooth navigation experience for much larger drawings than in prior releases.
This technical preview is off by default. When turned on, the modern graphics system takes over viewports using the Shaded visual style. The modern graphics system may eventually replace the existing 3D graphics system.
Performance improvements: Background publishing and hatch boundary detection now take advantage of multiple cores of a processor.
Graphics improvements: Microsoft's DirectX 12 is now supported for 2D and 3D visual styles.
System requirements for AutoCAD 2022 (Windows)
Operating System 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® 10.information.
Processor Basic: 2.5–2.9 GHz processor
Recommended: 3+ GHz processor
Memory Basic: 8 GB
Recommended: 16 GB
Display Resolution Conventional Displays: 1920 x 1080 with True Color
High Resolution & 4K Displays: Resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 supported on Windows 10 (with capable display card)
Display Card Basic: 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant
Recommended: 4 GB GPU with 106 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 12 compliant
Disk Space 10.0 GB
Network See Autodesk Network License Manager for Windows
Pointing Device MS-Mouse compliant
.NET Framework .NET Framework version 4.8 or later