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Thread: Any idea of the 2018 releases?

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    Any idea of the 2018 releases?

    Hi,
    I need to reinstall Windows in all my computers and reset the whole network.
    I was hoping to do it when AutoDesk 2018 comes out but I am not sure when it will come out.
    Since I will have to reinstall Windows anyways when 2018 comes out cause these office PCs tend to become a lot slow over the period, especially if you uninstall and install new softwares all the time. A few registry entries and errors always get left out.

    So, any ideas anyone?

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    It is usually April or May...but it changes every year. Last year Autocad was released weeks ahead of Revit along with the entire BDS.

    Be a good time to make sure all of your computers are ready for the reinstallation and new software. Performance Level Specs

    If you are not familiar with it, I suggest taking a look at the Pragmatic Praxis deployment tools. With full reinstallations that would help cut down time.
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    Any idea what's IN the 2018 Revit release ?

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    Nobody that has knowledge of whats in the future release is permitted to talk about it until the NDA embargo is lifted, which generally happens when release is imminent.

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    If all you are looking for is schedule, then our update history page will give you some historical data to plan around. Over the last 10 years Revit got released in the second half of April 6 times, in the first half of April 3 times and the last week of March once. So, I always plan on, but do not DEPEND on, a mid April release date, give or take a week.

    And, I better update that page this weekend. The updates are not, you know, up to date!

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    I'm already using the 2018 version, but then I'm from the future. Psych!

    I wish the laws of time travel allowed me to place bets on sports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamranmirza View Post
    Any idea what's IN the 2018 Revit release ?
    Do a google search and you will find certain websites that already leaked the features.

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    As one of those who can't talk about it, let me just say that not all of the "leaked features" you might find on certain websites are necessarily accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    As one of those who can't talk about it, let me just say that not all of the "leaked features" you might find on certain websites are necessarily accurate.
    So I shouldn't get excited about the tilt wall tool finally being available?
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    You should be about as excited as I am about getting my "Date" parameter Type.
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