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atulkumarengineer

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How to use TURBO command to speed up the autocad??:shock:I am using autocad2010

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Cat

I've never used this so proceed with caution, have you purged your drawing?

 

Our customers are often facing a problem where AutoCAD suddenly works slower, with longer response times. This is usually caused by the contents of the current drawing (see tips) but the reason may by also in the current AutoCAD settings (its system variables).

 

For these situations we have developed a small LISP utility - TURBO. This tool reveals the possible internal reasons of performance problems. Its command TURBO will switch AutoCAD (2010-2007, any vertical version) to a faster mode by presetting all relevant system variables. The next TURBO command then switches AutoCAD back to its original status (settings).

The performance differences depend on your current settings, on the complexity of your drawing and on the PC configuration. You can expect maximum "Turbo" effects on slow PCs with poor existing settings and in emulated/virtualized environments.

The active "Turbo" mode is indicated by red commandline text. Return back to "normal" mode in the same session to restore the original settings (or use Turbo0 for reset). You can also add your own settings to make AutoCAD work faster. You can download the TURBO utility from www.xanadu.cz/download. See more information in the attached Readme file.

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Cad64

How to use TURBO command to speed up the autocad?

 

If Autocad is running slow, you probably need to upgrade your computer?

What are your full computer specs?

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ReMark

I had an old XT computer that actually had a Turbo button on the case. It increased the machine's speed from 8MHz to 12MHz!!

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profcad

ReMark,

 

How did you get an 8Mhz XT? The two IBM XT we had in college ran at 4.7mhz. The good-ole-days...DOS on one floppy and AutoCAD on the other.

 

The turbo program is a VLX file so you really don't know what the program is doing to AutoCAD or Windows...be careful.

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