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Tom Wright

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Hi,

 

Has anyone had any experience adding the original Microsoft version of FSX to their Steam library. Does it clash with the Steam Edition? The reason I ask is because I've read that if you add a non-steam title to your Steam library you can still use the in-home streaming feature where you can play a game hosted on your PC on a different machine (like a laptop or tablet) over your home wifi. I've done this with Train simulator which is a Steam title, and it works extremely well. I'd like to have a go with FSX but don't fancy migrating everything to a fresh install of Steam Edition just yet!


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Tom Wright

 

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Answered my own question, yes it works but not particularly well. Too much lag to use it properly really.


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Tom Wright

 

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