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X-Plane 10.2 Released With 64-bit Support
Laminar Research announced the released of X-Plane 10.2 - featuring the first desktop flight simulation to support 64-bit computing
Enter the 64-bit version of X-Plane 10. The new 64-bit version of X-Plane solves a problem that for years has frustrated flight simulation users of both X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator... RUNNING OUT OF MEMORY. With desktop simulation employing more and more scenery objects and higher resolution textures, as well as more complex aircraft models, the previous 32-bit versions of simulation software products are now unable to keep up with the larger memory requirements. This has resulted in overall degraded performance, increased loading times, and “out of memory” errors. With its ability to address memory in 64-bit mode, X-Plane 10.20 brings a whole new level of capability and stability to desktop flight simulation.
About Laminar Research
Laminar Research is creator of the X-Plane franchise of flight simulators, including X-Plane 10, the latest desktop version. X-Plane 10 is available in both a consumer version, as well as a FAA certified professional version. Laminar also offers X-Plane versions for both the iPhone and iPad, as well as other mobile systems.
X-Plane’s flight model, scope, versatility, customizability, and 3rd party add-ons make it the ultimate flight simulation experience for Macintosh, Windows, and Linux platforms.
For more information on Laminar Research and X-Plane visit their Homepage .
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