[Amanda Collins writing for Scott Sheppard while he is on sabbatical]
As you probably know, Microsoft launched Windows 7 on Thursday with a big event in New York City. Autodesk announced its support for Windows 7 here.
If you have a chance to read through the press release, you’ll see that Project Cooper, now on Autodesk Labs and on Autodesk.com, was part of Autodesk’s announcement. Project Cooper was demo’d at the Win 7 launch. Rafe Needleman, at CNET, covered Project Cooper last night: http://download.cnet.com/8301-2007_4-10380845-12.html
Project Cooper is a simple, hassle-free software that lets you create polished drawings, layouts, and plans. We hope you’ll install the Project Cooper tech preview with your other Win 7 applications. Take it for a test-drive and let us know what you think. Gathering feedback is alive in the Labs.