Performance of the Awesome Microsoft Flight Simulator X
The award winning franchise brings another entertainment masterpiece: Microsoft Flight Simulator X. This latest development includes the usual excellent genre characterizing leading realism, which continues to awestruck real pilots and at the same time serve as the benchmark for Windows Vista games. The flight simulator is also delivering, for the first time ever, a structured playing experience, having about fifty-five missions that you can choose. The missions aptly test the skills of all the players in all the available levels.
The Simulator X has a trial version that includes about 2 airports, 3 different aircraft and 2 missions. All missions happen in the Caribbean at St. Maarten. It gives a feeling and a taste of the kind of fun and entertainment that awaits a person after the purchase of the full Microsoft Flight Simulator X package.
The game requires that you have Microsoft Windows Vista or XP SP2 to play it. In addition, the PC must have 1 GHz equivalent or a higher processor, about 256 MB RAM for Windows XP or 512MB Vista and XP SP2. Others requirements include a hard disk of about 14 GB space, DVD ROM drive, 32MB DirectX9 of compatible video card, speakers or sound card for audio and 56.6 Kbps or a much better modem for online players. A mouse or another pointer device is perfect and a requirement too.
The Microsoft Flight Simulator X has updated Service Pack 1 that gives a chance to aspiring aviators to prepare to fly faster and much higher. The Service Pack provides a performance percentage increase of between 20-50 and an address multiplayer. It also takes into consideration backwards issues of compatibility, optimizations for multi core CPUs as well as improving the draw times for a faster loading. It also offers improved realism in terms of geographical locations, airports and landmarks.
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