Saturday, November 06, 2010

AutoCAD Performance Monitor from Autodesk Labs

Autodesk Labs is one of the coolest things that ever happened. I highly recommend digging around on their site. As far as I can tell they have a bunch of out of the box thinkers, trying to make crazy ideas work like drawing with a Wii remote rather than the traditional interface. 


Today I was checking out the AutoCAD performance Monitor widget.
It provides a color-coded status bar indicating the virtual memory used by AutoCAD based products.  It works on Windows 7 and Windows Vista for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems but really means the most on a 32-bit system because a 64-bit system tends to use only the physical memory.

There is a link to a white paper if you follow the link I provided above.
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