Canuck1955 wrote:However it is noticeable that third party files at the main sites are well down and MSFS based forums, traffic has slowed to a crawl. FSX is largely dead and XP has prevailed.
garymbuska wrote:I will continue to use FSX FSX STEAM and FS2004
To bad someone can not convert it to a 64 bit program. But I do not think Microsoft will allow that to happen but one can only hope.
Daube wrote:The thing is: the amount FSX users is decreasing very fast, and the amount of P3Dv4 users is increasing very fast.
An addon creator must choose between 32 and 64 bit platforms. Spending time to develop for both platforms is just a waste of time.
However, this is will not prevent anybody from enjoying FSX.
After all, when addon makers all switched to FSX and abandoned FS9 (for the very same reasons), people still continued to fly FS9.
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