Civil 3D is only supported on bit operating systems. Both operating systems come in bit or bit versions. However, most workstation-class computers can no longer be purchased with a bit operating system. With Microsoft ending support for Windows XP and since bit is now the norm, Autodesk is slowly phasing out support for bit software. We recommend that if you plan to work in a true 3D environment you choose a bit operating system. CADD recommends: The number of cores a processor has is also an option when purchasing a new computer.
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