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Do you know since when you are using Fusion 360?

A - answer Fusion 360 contains a hidden function, which will show you since when (start date) you are using Autodesk Fusion 360 - i.e. when exactly did the current user start Fusion 360 for the first time.

You can invoke this function with one of the Debug commands. Open the Fusion 360 command window by pressing the Ctrl+Alt+C keys and in its default "Txt" mode, type the following command to the bottom command line:

Debug.StartDateEstimate

this function will return a 13-digit number, the so called "epoch timestamp", known from Unix, e.g. 1372158706000:

You can convert this timestamp to a human-readable date using e.g. the web service "Epoch converter" - paste the copied value to epochconverter.com. For example the above listed code represents the date:

Tuesday 25. June 2013 11:11:46

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