SolidWorks 2013 is finally here. With hundreds of updates and tweaks designed to make your workflow easier than ever, you’re definitely going to want to dig right in and explore everything it has to offer. However, how do you ensure that all of your personalized system settings will transfer over to the new version? You’ve spent a lot of time making sure your templates and weldment profiles are easily accessible. You’ve crafted your shortcuts menu to allow you to quickly access tools and functions. The last thing you want to do is start from scratch with your custom settings when you upgrade to SolidWorks 2013.
Luckily, your friends at SolidBox have you covered. We’ve created a video to walk you through every single step of the “Clean Uninstall” that will save you time when you’re ready to upgrade to SolidWorks 2013. Follow Chris Castle as he shows you how to copy your Settings and Note Reference Folders, Transfer Licenses, Uninstall previous versions of SolidWorks completely, delete or rename Legacy Folders, clean the Registry, Update Drivers, and finally Install SolidWorks 2013 and any Plug-ins you will be using.
This in-depth video is broken into three easily digestible segments and can be found by clicking each link at the top of the page.
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