For those subscribers who signed up to request my coming FlyZone Switcher utility, this is the 3rd step-by-step FSX system preparation guide. Note again that these preparation steps are mandatory in order to run my utility properly.
Frankly speaking, all these preparation steps are not difficult to handle. They are just a little complex and tedious and require proper carefulness.
Don’t forget that this FlyZone approach is somewhat restructuring your whole FSX system setup.
Even so, when the preparation processes are done, the restructured FSX system is still pretty easy to maintain. Furthermore, all files created and modified during preparations will be served as extra backups for the most important FSX configurations. This no doubt gives additional safety and security when something unexpected happens.
As of today, the modification of the first version of my FlyZone Switcher is basically completed, except that there are minor adjustments to be made. Initially, I was planning to have no more than 9 Zones for this first version. Eventually, it ended up with 14 FlyZones altogether with another 22 possible areas to be added in the future.
The 14 FlyZones currently designated are shown below and they are grouped into four regions as follows: