It’s really a mixed feeling if you ask me whether I like the new Windows 8. Certainly it excels in many ways than Windows 7 but I did spend a lot of time to adapt to the new interface and operation flow. Over the last few days, I have reinstalled the OS three times so as to get the system setting up in the way that I want it to be, including minimizing non-flight simulation related software, composing backup and storage structures that best fit current and future needs, etc.
Now, I am at the crossroad wondering which direction to go.
The just launched P3D version 2 seems to to be quite promising and full of potential. However, I’ve been using FSX for nearly a decade and all my set up, both hardware and software, was built around it.
Does it worth the effort to start over from scratch again? I am bewitched, bothered and bewildered…
Have found this Prepar3D V2 compatibility list on AVSIM forum. Also, don’t miss the suggestions from existing P3D users who share their experience with the new version in the Comment section below.