Corel unleashes CorelDraw Graphics Suite X6 Now in Native 64-bit

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Yay! Corel just release the next version of it’s flagship graphics software the CorelDraw Graphixs Suite X6. CorelDraw X6 will be the first Corel product that will have native 64-bit and multi-core support.

The new software will also introduce new features such as advanced OpenType® support, custom-built color harmonies, creative vector shaping tools, new styles engine and docker, a new version of Website Creator™ X6, smart carver™, improved page layout feature and an enhanced redesigned object properties docker.

CorelDraw will be available in 7 languages; English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Brazilian-Portuguese and Dutch. In North America, the full version of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 is $499 (US and CDN) and the upgrade is available for $199 (US and CDN). As with the previous version commercial and education volume licenses are also available.

You can go to corel.com/coreldraw for more information and to download the 30-day free trial. To read Corel’s full PR just click here.

Full disclosure: I work for Corel but this blog is not connected to Corel in anyway nor do they have control over the articles that I write here.

Last modified: March 23, 2012

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Corel unleashes CorelDraw Graphics Suite X6 Now in Native 64-bit

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