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Why You Need New PCB Software In 2019

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There are many different types of PCB design software on the market right now, but which is the best? It’s hard to decide when each package is offering you something different and you are already comfortable with the package that you use. Of course, there are some software packages that are much more advanced than others and you could be missing out. Here, we are going to talk you through some of the reasons why you need new PCB software in 2019. Keep reading if you’d like to find out more.

Managing Components

When you take a look at some of the PCB design software online, you’ll find that some are now offering a system that manages components. One example of this can be seen with Altium. This is a recent update that you can take full advantage of in 2019 if you make the swap. Think about how you can easily track the components that you are going to use and figure out which is best for your project.

 

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High speed design is very important to many designers so if this is one of your top priorities,Pixabay

 

High Speed Design

Is the current package that you are using as fast as you need it to be? Some of the other packages on the market actually come with high speed design tools that you can take full advantage of to boost your project and meet your deadlines. High speed design is very important to many designers so if this is one of your top priorities, consider trying a new software package in 2019.

Rule Checking

Errors can appear throughout the different parts of your project but are you aware of them as soon as they appear? 2019 versions of PCB design software come with impressive rule checking tools which will periodically check your design for any issues. You should also find that it will all be presented to you on a user-friendly interface making solving problems much easier and much more efficient if you make the change.

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The final reason why you might want to switch your PCB design software for a better version in 2019 is the fact that you will get better support

Views

Another reason why you might want to change the PCB design software package that you use in 2019 is the new views that better packages are offering. Now, you can view your design in both 2D and 3D meaning that you can get to grips with your design a lot easier. Many designers have benefited from using 3D views on their projects so make sure to take advantage of this in the coming year.

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Support

The final reason why you might want to switch your PCB design software for a better version in 2019 is the fact that you will get better support. With the more popular packages, there are more forums and other users are always happy to give you some advice. On top of this, you can enjoy extensive guides and training with some of the best PCB design packages out there.

2019 is the year to up your PCB design game and improve on the projects that you did last year. Think about switching your design software for a newer version and you will see the benefits.

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1mn Computers Still Vulnerable to Microsoft Bug

Only Windows 8 and Windows 10 are not vulnerable to the new bug

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FILE - Microsoft Corp. signage is seen outside the Microsoft Visitor Center in Redmond, Washington, July 3, 2014. VOA

Microsoft has warned that nearly one million computers globally are still at risk of malware attack similar to WannaCry that spread worldwide in 2017 causing billions of dollars in damage.

The software giant recently discovered “wormable” vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services for Windows that can automatically spread.

The company has issued its second advisory, urging users to update their systems to prevent the “BlueKeep” malware attack, Engadget reported on Friday.

“Microsoft is confident that an exploit exists for this vulnerability. It’s been only two weeks since the fix was released and there has been no sign of a worm yet. This does not mean that we’re out of the woods,” warned Simon Pope, director of incident response at Microsoft’s Security Response Center (MSRC).

“Our recommendation remains the same. We strongly advise that all affected systems should be updated as soon as possible,” said Microsoft.

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The bug is a “critical” vulnerability that affects computers running Windows XP, Windows 7 and server operating systems.

These operating systems are widely being used especially in corporate environments.

“The vulnerability can be used to run code at the system level, allowing full access to the computer — including its data.

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“Worse, it is remotely exploitable, allowing anyone to attack a computer connected to the internet,” reports TechCrunch.

Only Windows 8 and Windows 10 are not vulnerable to the new bug. (IANS)