What You Need to Know Before SOLIDWORKS 2022

SOLIDWORKS 2022 has been in public beta since June and the new version is scheduled to be released in late November. Whether you update every year or only occasionally, there are things you should do that will assure your SOLIDWORKS update is an interruption-free process. 

About This Webinar

TriMech Elite Application Engineer, John Landis, helps you plan for the update and what you can do to set yourself up for success. John discusses the best practices, backing up your system, and getting the most out of your user settings. This is also a great time to evaluate your organization’s overall SOLIDWORKS installation, assess your PC hardware, and tweak Windows settings for optimal performance with SOLIDWORKS.

In this webinar, John covers:

  • SOLIDWORKS and PDM system requirements
  • Installation type options
  • Custom file locations & best practices
  • Backing up system & user settings
  • Multiple versions of SOLIDWORKS
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