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Old 09-12-2015, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody know if there are any issues running Torchmate cad 8 or driver version 4 in windows 10 ? Thanks, Dave
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Old 09-13-2015, 08:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I've been meaning to ask the same question as I have the option to upgrade. But have been putting it off wondering about compatibility with cadlite.
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I am using windows 10 with Cad 7.1 amd TM3. Works great.
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Thanks for the info, I might go for the upgrade. How are you liking 10? I've heard it boots up quicker and seems to run faster...
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Been on it for a month now. Sometimes cad does the weird thing for a day. Nothing bad , just not normal. figure it is updates. M 4 seams to be ok for the most part. I picked up a glitch in it yesterday.

It did slow down my cad computer. It actually thinks now when I do tool paths on a full sheet.

Personally if things are running smooth, I would wait a month or 2 till things get figured out.
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Thanks for the info, I might go for the upgrade. How are you liking 10? I've heard it boots up quicker and seems to run faster...
It seems to boot the same. I am using it on three computers. I also use autocad and bobcad. No problems
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