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Steve’s DirectX 10 Scenery Fixer

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The popular and efficient tool of Steve, DirectX 10 Scenery Fixer has an update version 2.0.

Many new settings have been added in a new interface. Read the update procedure and download it from his blog here.

Guest
Harry
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

i agree, xp10 is my no.1 sim but i do own fsx and p3d1.4 and p3d2.1 Love them all :)

Member
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Technically, both P3Dv1 and v2 are dead ends, because they’re still stuck at 32-bit when since Windows Vista was released, most new PCs were delivered with 64-bit Operating Systems (I was odd… I ran XP64 with a worrying amount of success!)

So. Should we all be using the only mainstream sim which actually uses all the capabilities of our modern PCs – X-Plane10? ;)

Guest
Harry
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Waste of money, better to buy Prepar3D v2.1 DX11

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Roland
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Totally wrong. It’s worth every penny! With DX10 in FSX I have double frame rate as in Prepar3D v2.1. And Steve’s SX10 Scenery Fixer corrects most of the DX10 problems in FSX. For me Prepar3D v2 was waste of money.