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  1. Thanks for the replies. Anybody else please using Windows 7? Regarding Windows 10, I am a bit unsure about transitioning to it, we all know the old "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". My PC originally came with Windows 7, it still works well for flight simulation and I don't want to mess things up just to get one add on!
  2. Sorry if this has been done before, I surprisingly did not find many references. As the title says, is the latest NGXu working with Windows 7? I have read PMDG requirements, it is not clear. I don't want to purchase it to find out it is not working. Anybody out there who has the 737 NGXu with Windows 7? Any issues? Is it working ok? 2nd question: will it work ok with an i7-4790k and a GTX 1660Ti? Thank you. Fred Naveau.
  3. Hello, Sorry if this has been asked before. I am contemplating upgrading my GPU from a GTX 960 to a GTX 1060 (possibly more) to improve the overall usability of P3D V4.4. At the moment, it works ok, but there is a lot of room for improvement. I was wondering whether a GTX 1060 will improve things significantly (or just a little) and whether it will work nicely with a i7-4790k CPU? Thanks for sharing your feedback.
  4. I will second Jim... ADE is the software to be used. However, creating an airport which does not exist is quite a complex process if you are not familiar with ADE. Good luck!
  5. Hi guys, I thought I would share my latest video with you, a 777 startup tutorial. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know. Enjoy!
  6. After landing, if the taxiways are wet or it is raining, snowing, etc....and cold obviously, then you keep the engine anti ice on all the way back to the gate. If you deice/anti ice on a remote pad with engines running, you would taxi there with the engine anti ice on, and keep the switch on during the de/anti ice treatment.
  7. If it is cold, but the weather is clear, no precipitation and the runway is dry, then you don't need to use the engine anti ice on the ground or for take off. Be careful with wing anti ice..... On the B777, you do not use wing anti ice on the ground or for take off, for example.
  8. As far as I know, no brake check on the 737, at least I never did one....you would realise while taxiing out if your brakes did not work.
  9. Bluestar, that would have been good fun, wow...! Fantastic! This is an approach I would have liked to fly. Obviously, it is no longer possible...
  10. LOL, I also did it at night, have a look until the very end (last couple of minutes).... It is quite nice at night too, with all the lights and textures.
  11. Too many complex addons will slow FSX significantly, but if you keep it relatively simple, then, with a good PC, it works well. I am often asked if my sim is FSX or something else, it goes to show that FSX works and looks good, still...
  12. Hi Guys, If I may, this is my take on the famous IGS approach runway 13 in Kai Tak. I hope you like it. Enjoy! Thank you.
  13. Hi guys, A suggestion from one of the channel followers.... Enjoy!
  14. Thank you, I'm glad you like the videos. I invite you to have a look around at the channel. Enjoy!
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