Relearning isn't easy, that's where we hope new generations pickup the stick and keep running. If we all stopped learning, we would be at FS 1.0. This needs new devs to relearn and help move the tech forward, unless you just don't want to.After 20+ years of constantly re-learning for each new version I finally decided recently I'm not going past where I am now. I have enough to keep me happy making planes for a long time. Microsoft lost me at Flight!
I was just kidding. They are stellar!Huh? I think you watched the wrong video! lol
Granted, the Display was done in 4K... that should give a clue... I doubt 32-bit can handle that... another clue... look at the XBox specifications. Supposely the next generation XBox is going to be even better.Yes, but the real question in all this is .... Will it be 32-bit or 64-bit? and will the flight dynamics emulate rockets or not.
Meh, I figured I was going to get hooked up with some of that Azure style AI. I'll show it examples of really good scenery and examples of what I do and pretty much let it take things from there. It's my unique product, if I set up the comparative data field, right?Relearning isn't easy, that's where we hope new generations pickup the stick and keep running. If we all stopped learning, we would be at FS 1.0.
This doesn't mean that everybody will update within six months.Sure, most of us will stay with 4G, and just let 5G be there for others to enjoy. How many of us prefer 3G instead of 4G nowadays?
Consumers drive demand and preferences in this 'analytics driven society'.