SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM Service Pack 4 is now available
InFlow has a team of SolidWorks Enterprise PDM professionals that can provide consulting upgrade solutions packages ranging from a “start-to-finish upgrade” or just “best practices” to ensure a successful transition.
For “do it yourself” upgrades that develop issues, the InFlow support team can be available for help or assistance during normal business hours, but may need to schedule dedicated additional paid consulting time based on the complexity of the issue. We will do our best to make sure the issues are resolved in the shortest time possible. You can contact us by phone at 800-875-3009 or email support@Inflow-tech.com
An upgrade to the latest SolidWorks Enterprise PDM should not be a painful process. With proper preparation, testing, backup and training, it can be a smooth transition with positive results. To reduce the risk of any issues occurring, plan on using InFlow’s consulting services for your next scheduled upgrade. Please contact your CATI Sales Representative or InFlow PLM Consultant for additional information.
- SOLIDWORKS 2014 is the last release that supports 32-bit operating systems. SOLIDWORKS 2015 and later will not install on 32-bit operating systems.
- Starting with the SOLIDWORKS 2015 release, the SOLIDWORKS Viewer is being retired and will be replaced by the eDrawings Viewer. The SOLIDWORKS 2014 Viewer will remain available for download but will not open SOLIDWORKS 2015 and later models. The eDrawings Viewer 2015 is available on 64 bit operating systems only. For the complete list of supported operating systems, please see http://www.solidworks.com/sw/support/SystemRequirements
SOLIDWORKS 2013 is the last release that supports Windows Vista. SOLIDWORKS 2014 and later will not install on Windows Vista.
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