For anyone who has performance issues or is unsure of what to turn off or keep, this can make a pretty fine starting point. It’s a great tool for reducing performance woes on lesser machines or helping to cut through your web of mods to achieve peak performance.
For example, when you are making a flight from Barcelona to Valencia, you have no need for a Berlin scenery package. This helps you to avoid loading things you won’t come across or even come near.
Making Simulation Seamless
Scenery Profiler, then, offers a simple and easy way to determine what is and is not needed. It works to ensure that you can make up easy to work with profiles. These active sceneries are a great choice to have installed, less so if performance is at a premium. This can help to make sure you can enjoy a fluid flight as valuable memory is not being wasted on parts of the world you’ll never be visiting today.
In a short space of time, you can form optimized packages that help you to massively reduce any performance lags. So, if you are sick of seeing your simulator lag and struggle, use this to help ease the burden. It’s more than a basic editor – it’s a profile management program that offers standalone assistance in having your cake and eating it.
A must-have for anyone who wants 60FPS as often as possible. if you are looking or an easy way to enjoy a more progressive form of computer management without manual uninstallations for temporary flights, this is the place to start. Easy to work with and manipulate, it offers a simple and credible solution long-term.
If you're interested in boosting FSX performance without add-ons, you can read our article here about modifying the FSX configuration files.
Also, FSPS have released software that optimizes FSX on-the-fly with their FPS Boosting software (more information here).