The Flight Simulator Platform Solutions (FSPS) FSX Performance Booster is available for immediate download. It is compatible with the Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Priced moderately at £20.55, it has a filesize of 11 MB. Individuals interested in improving the performance of their Microsoft Flight Simulator may want to give this product a try.
Some people, when they want a tweak, will search the Internet for one. This makes sense. Cyberspace is huge and it is extremely easy to find just about anything a person needs or wants. However, finding tweaks on the Internet isn’t all that it is cracked up to be. They can be difficult to locate, especially quality ones.
Another problem is that most times, it is not possible to know exactly what you might be downloading on your computer until after the fact, when it freezes up because of a virus. There are some pretty nasty computer viruses going around, not-to-mention both the spyware and adware that many untoward companies and/or individuals will attempt to get you to download to your computer.
Another problem with random tweaks is that they while they may work on one person’s computer, they might not work on someone else’s. Purchasing tweaks is generally a much safer approach, that is, if a person buys from a reputable company.
This particular Microsoft Flight Simulator booster is special in its’approach. It carefully analyzes each computer’s software components and will then place the correct values for the necessary tweaks on the individual’s computer all without them lifting a finger. An individual only needs to purchase the booster and let it run. It will handle all of the “heavy lifting.”
The FSX Booster runs extremely well and offers buyers free updates for life. An individual hoping to use the software will first have to give their computer a once over to make sure that it is compatible with the program. If they do, they can begin to run the software. However, In order to run the booster a person’s computer needs to have FSX SP2 and .NET Framework 3.5 or higher installed on their PC.