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  • What Do Windows 10 and DirectX 12 Mean for CAD Users? - 'task view' in Windows 10 UI should prove helpful in organizing open applications on multiple virtual desktops, 'explicit asynchronous multi-GPU support' in DirectX 12 sounds good in theory, Alex Herrera, Cadalyst, June 30, 2015

  • Windows 8: Is It the Right Call for CAD? - redesigned touchscreen interface might present transition pain to users, Windows 7/8 blended environments supposed to be norm in near future, Joe Dysart, Cadalyst, Feb 14, 2013

  • OpenGL SuperBible 5th Edtion - easy to follow, practical, well written, nicely illustrated, a must have for beginners in OpenGL, Cyril Crassin, Icare3D Blog, Nov 2, 2010
  • I (Still) Don't Get What's Great about Macs - Windows 7 better than OS X in many small details, limitations Apple imposes on its hardware/software, Android makes more sense, WorldCAD Access, Oct 18, 2010
  • How to Run Linux CAD on a Windows Computer (Pt 1) - virtual machine, installing CAD package, Ubuntu/Debian file, Ralph Grabowski, WorldCAD Access, Oct 6, 2010

  • How to Run Linux CAD on a Windows Computer (Pt 2) - installing dkms package in Ubuntu operating system, selecting install guest additions, launching install script, rebooting Ubuntu, Ralph Grabowski, WorldCAD Access, Oct 7, 2010

  • Windows XP Still Rules - Windows XP still dominant according to Autodesk data, Deelip Menezes, Deelip.com, Apr 12, 2010

  • Using Windows 7 - Windows 7 uses DX11 3D engine, GPU can be used for graphic calculations, physics/thermo fluids simulation, better support for transparencies, Robert Jamieson, AEC Magazine, Jan 26, 2010
  • DirectX versus OpenGL - Microsoft Vista support of DirectX may make developers shy away from OpenGL, Robert Jamieson of ATI, MCAD Online, June 14, 2006
  • OpenGL in Windows Vista - next version of Windows may have major implications for vendors who use OpenGL, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, October 25, 2005
  • Windows XP x64 Edition on Test - Windows XP x64 ships with SP1, requires dedicated 64-bit drivers and is supported by MCAD vendors such as PTC, UGS, SolidWorks, Autodesk and Dassault, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, October 25, 2005
  • Windows XP x64: Start of a New Era? - Windows XP x64 Edition will double the accessible memory to 4GB but its installation is not without problems, Robert Jamieson, MCAD Online, August 9, 2005
  • Ending the Windows Schism - is XP a worthwhile investment for CAD?, CAD Report, November 21, 2001

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