Related Posts with Thumbnails

« Revit Sunrise: Family Element Visibility Preview | Main | C4R Survey Launched - Let Your Voice Be Heard (Updated) »

October 22, 2015

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Thanks, guys. This looks great!
I can't wait to install and test it (on Win 7.)

Does this R2 update address compatibility with Windows 10 at all? We have clients asking.

As far as I can find, this is the only definitive Autodesk answer on Win 10, ..but it doesn't address Revit 2016 R2.
http://knowledge.autodesk.com/search-result/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Windows-10-support-for-Autodesk-products.html


thanks!!

Hi Tony, Are you running into problems running Revit on Windows 10? While we weren't able to test Revit 2016 with Windows 10 (due to it not being released at the time it was originally released) we do want to ensure that 2016 and R2 work on it.

Hi Harlan,
Thanks for the quick reply!

I have not installed Win 10 on my computer, based largely on the official Adsk position that "Windows 10 is not yet an officially supported operating system across the Autodesk product line." per link above.

But, many others are asking about running Revit on Win 10.

I'm gathering that the R2 update does not change this official compatibility.

It seems that Revit 2016 will usually work on Win 10, for most people.

I am running Revit 2013, 2014, 2015 R2 and 2016 R2 on Windows 10 quite successfully.

Thanks Paul! Tony, you are right, "officially", R2 does not change the compatibility.

cool.
Thanks Harlan!
and Thanks, Paul!

Does the new Revit 2016 R2 update is available in all countries?

I am from Peru and im unable to see it on AAM and Autodesk Account.

The comments to this entry are closed.

RSS

  • Subscribe