Solidworks 2023 System Requirements

Solidworks 2023 System Requirements

Solidworks 2023 System Requirements


About Solidworks 2023 System Requirements

Friends, to run any Software, there are some software requirements in that software. Based on this, We can install the software inside the laptop or desktop and use it. If Solidworks 2023 System Requirements for a laptop or desktop do not have the system requirement as per the software.


So there is a lot of problem in installing and using that software on that laptop. And in such laptop or desktop when you install the software. So your laptop hangs due to not fulfilling its system requirement. And the software does not open properly.


Therefore, it is very important to know the System Requirements of any software before installing and using it.

So that we do not face any problems in installing the software on the desktop. Here today we will learn about Solidworks 2023 system requirements.



Solidworks 2023 System Requirements

SolidWorks 2023 is Simple and Comfortable to learn and use. Solidworks provides the latest 3d tools and features to help you conceptualize, create, validate, communicate, manage, and transform your creative ideas into amazing 3d product designs.


 Solidworks offers the broadest range of tools to solve Mostly complex problems and the depth to get the job done in detail. 


SolidWorks 2023 Configuration 

  • SolidWorks 2023 Processor: 3.3 GHz or faster
  •  Operating System: Windows 10/11 64-bit
  •  Memory: 16GB (minimum 8GB)
  •  Hard Drive: Solid State Drive (SSD), maintain at least 25GB of free space
  •  Graphics card: 3GB VRAM or more
  • Server Products (e.g. SOLIDWORKS PDM): Windows Server 2016,2019,2022
  • Microsoft Excel and Word: 2016, 2019,2021 (To be announced)
  • Drives: SSD drives are recommended for optimal performance. 

Operating Systems

SOLIDWORKS 2023 (EDU 2023-2024)

Client Products- SOLIDWORKS

  • Windows 11, 64-bit  
  • Windows 10, 64-bit

Server Products ( SOLIDWORKS PDM, SNL Manager)

  • Windows Server 2022  
  • Windows Server 2019  
  • Windows Server 2016
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