First right click whilst in your plane than select the 'Mouse yolk' option this turns your mouse into a joystick so to speak, just pull up, push down and scroll up and down to increase/decrease your speed.
You can also press CTRL+Y for the keyboard shortcut
Yes, Microsoft Flight Simulator X works with Windows 7.
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While flying press Shift + F10 to open the kneeboard. Go to Checklists, and scroll down to before landing checklist.
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: 18
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When on the menu screens, go to, Settings->Controls->Buttons / Keys, all controls will be listed.
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Yes there are some great models out there free of charge plus there are textures of the 747s out of the fleet avaiable -
You can get free add-on aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator X on many sites. Just google, "Microsoft Flight Simulator X free add-ons".
you need to use the arrow keys
*Made for FS2004 but new version soon, Fall 2008
f4 - full throtle
f3 - little increase of throttle
f2 - less throttle
f1- min power
p - pause
y/u - activate or deactivate slew this is a cheat (press f4 after you have activated to go up f1 to go down up arrow to go front etc.
Yes, Microsoft Flight Simulator X runs on Windows 7.
At the home screen for "Free Flight" there's a box that says "launch flight with atc window open", check it and it should work.
You can download planes for Microsoft Flight Simulator X at Flightsim.com. Be sure to register and use the Search/ File Library Search bar to type then download the planes you want.
You first save it in a location that you will remember.
Then you right-click on the file that you have downloaded (after it's finished downloading) you will see a list of options appear on the screen. you click the "Extract All..." button and then you will see a wizard come up. You then click browse. After you will see a small window appear and you navigate to you Flight simlator 2004, X or whatever version. Mine is C/Program Files/Microsoft Games/Flight Simulator 2004 (or X). find the aircraft section (for FSX its Sim objects/airplanes) and (for FS 2004 its just aircraft and then click ok or open or whatever it is (its at the bottom right corner. then you will see your pathe that you have navigated to. you then click extract and there you go! you plane should be there!!!!!!!!!!!
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Microsoft Flight Simulator 11 will be released spring 2012, it is called Microsoft Flight.
Flight simulator is technically not a game but a simulation - although it can be used as a game, its primary use is to simulate actual flight, to make it as real as possible - you can use it very simply by just loading an aircraft ready to take off, push all the controls forward, take off and just have fun but the real beauty of flight simulator is you can make it almost like the real thing - you can add scenery software that looks almost like the real thing down to every road and river, custom aircraft that teams of designers spend years to develop to fly and look ultra realistically - you can do all the preflighting, checklists, etc just like the real thing - and you can add a full array of controls and real gauges, multiple monitors etc for an incredibly true to life flying experience you could also get on the net and fly with others, in virtual worlds with live airtraffic controllers.
Microsoft actually makes two flight sims, the normal one called flight simulator which is a simulator for general/civilian aviation - the other is combat flight simulator which is a military simulator that simulates air combat as close to reality as possible - when "played" to simulate real air combat it is a simulator, when used with rules, to accrue points and such it becomes a game
"Flight Simulator" is a PC-computer game for playing at home. This game can be purchased for any computer and has great graphics for the more advanced computer. You load the software and fly the aircraft using your mouse and the keyboard. Or you can buy hardware that simulates the control yoke of a commercial airliner or small Cessna OR the pistol grip that simulates the grip on a fighter jet or helicopter. This type of hardware will require more powerful computer to use.
Flight Simulator software allows you to practice (a) the basic flying skills and aerobatics and (b) navigation skills. I believe commercial pilots can use an advanced version of Flight Simulator with select lessons to allow them to keep up with their ratings.
My favorite is practicing to soar in a glider by catching thermal up-drafts. I would think that this would be good practice if you ever thought about taking Soaring lessons someday.
For more info on flight simulators see related links.
Hope this answered your question(s)
To brake in Microsoft Flight Simulator X press and hold the period key on a keyboard and button 1 on a joystick.
First thing you need to do is to install your joystick on your PC. This is relatively straightforward in Windows XP, as it tends to automatically recognise 'plug and play' devices, otherwise you may need to install a 'driver', a bit of software that tells windows how to communicate with the joystick.
In Windows 98, you will probably have to install a 'driver' (check before you buy that it is compatiblewith win98).
once you have done that, you should be able to start the game, go to the 'settings' and check a little box that says 'Enable Joystick'.
Then click 'Game Controllers', which opens a 'wizard' that will show you if the joystick hase been recognised by your PC.
If it has, click 'properties' then 'settings' then 'calibrate' which will take you through the calibration process step-by-step.
No, you need a DVD drive and netbooks don't have DVD drives.
Yes, you can play Microsoft Flight Simulator without a joystick, you can play with just a mouse or keyboard, but a joystick makes it much easier.
Make sure you installed the planes to the right directory!
If you have, try using the dropdown menu at the top of the Select Planes screen to choose "Uncopyrighted Planes"
Microsoft Flight Simulator X was released October 10, 2006 in Mexico, October 13, 2006 in Europe, October 17, 2006 in U.S., and October 26, 2006 in Australia.
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