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In the process of learning PCB design technology, many people may want to know what EDA design software is the most appropriate one? If it was several years ago, I would not hesitate to recommend Altium Designer to everyone. Because it was very popular, came with all kinds of supporting resources, and if you had any problem, you could always find someone familiar with this tool to ask for help. But today, KiCad has become a better choice.