Microsoft Flight Simulator is a flight simulation program that aspiring pilots and gamers alike can play on the computer. Flight Simulator players can fly to and from more than 24,000 airports, as well as play either single-player or multiplayer games. Installing the Microsoft Flight Simulator requires using the Flight Simulator installation disc and going through the Microsoft Flight Simulator install wizard.
Things You'll Need
- Inter Pentium 4 and higher
- Latest Graphic Cards
- 256 MB RAM or higher
- 128 MB VGA or higher
- Windows Xp or Vista
- Microsoft Flight Simulator CD ( Demo available )
Insert the Microsoft Flight Simulator disc into your computer's disc drive.
Click "Install or run program" on the AutoPlay dialog box that appears on screen to launch the Microsoft Flight Simulator installation wizard.
Click "Install" on the Microsoft Flight Simulator installation wizard welcome screen.
Click "I Accept the Terms and Conditions," and then click "Next."
Click "Next" to install Microsoft Flight Simulator to the default folder of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Enter the product key for Microsoft Flight Simulator and then click "Next." Click "Next" again to begin installing Microsoft Flight Simulator on your computer.
Click "Finish" to complete the process of installing Microsoft Flight Simulator on your computer.
Click "Start," then "All Programs," and then click "Microsoft Flight Simulator" to begin playing the game on your PC.
Tips & Warnings
- e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
- Please ajust the graphics to your VGA Performances or it could crash
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