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Wed, Sep 1, 2004 at 9:11:17 AM | Autodesk Revit 6.1 will be the last release to support Windows NT

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In an effort to maintain pro-active communication regarding O.S. support for Autodesk Revit, Autodesk is announcing that Revit will not support Windows NT beyond the latest release of 6.1. This decision was made based on three major factors: 1. The now 10 year old technology is no longer supported by most of Autodesk's products. 2. A large majority of the client base are now running their systems on Windows 2000 and/or windows XP. 3. By focusing support on Windows 2000 and XP a higher quality product can be developed. We hope this allows those few clients who still run on NT and rely on Autodesk Revit as a design solution, the time to plan to upgrade their systems to the supported O.S.'s before they move beyond Revit 6.1.

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Regards, Steve Burri Autodesk, Inc. Product Support Manager - Building Solutions Division

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