CAD Schroer convinced Linux community with free 2D/3D-CAD-Paket Moers, Germany April 29, 2009: CAD Schroer, global developer and provider of engineering solutions, confirmed today the growing fan base of his free MEDUSA4 personal design solution for private use. As the company reported the figures compared with the same period of the previous year have more than doubled. The number of Linux users exceeds that of Windows users in more than half of a total of 109 countries. Especially through the free choice of operating system, the feature-rich CAD product is high in the course among Linux users. Download of the free MEDUSA4 personal: ..MEDUSA M4Personal… \”Finally: CAD on Linux\” MEDUSA4 personal is a feature-rich advanced construction system with dynamic drawing editing and powerful drawing tools, simple 3D, parametric and a module for sheet metal processing. It runs on Windows and 6 different Linux distributions (CentOS, Fedora, Mandriva, RedHat, SuSE, and Ubuntu).
Dr. Eduardo N. herring, staff of the Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas (Brazilian Research Center for Physics) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is one of many Linux users from 109 countries have downloaded MEDUSA4 personal for private use. Recently only CAD Schroer received from him the following email: I would like to congratulate your company for this excellent product developed by you. My brother, who used one of the world’s best-known CAD products on Windows, pulls, after he had looked at your product, even a change to Linux into account. \”MEDUSA4 ago no really good CAD solution for Linux users on the market.\” our developers appreciate the positive feedback of MEDUSA4 personal users, \”says Michael Schroer, Managing Director of the company. Windows or Linux, there are just a lot of hobby engineers who enjoy a sophisticated construction system. In the first three months in 2009, we were able to download figures compared to the same period of the last year again nearly double.\” The proportion of Linux users in the MEDUSA4 personal community varies considerably from country to country and amounted to a total of 35%.