Multicore Next

Compatibility: Flight Simulator X, FSX: Steam Edition, Flight Simulator 2004, P3D v3, P3D v2, P3D v1
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Previous FSPS applications, 'Multicore Environment' and 'Multicore Environment Advanced', served well over the years, tackling the ever present problem of setting affinity masks on processors, setting priorities on executable files and much more, especially when using the most popular simulator out there, Flight Simulator X. However, these were written at a time when multi-core CPUs were in their infancy.
Multicore Next, developed with all of the latest technologies in mind, has been written from scratch to be more effective and lightweight than ever. It aids not only simmers but anyone starting up a series of demanding applications. You can choose the applications that you want to execute, save their configuration and then execute them with one easy push of a button. Utilising all available CPU power in your machine and sharing it amongst applications has never been easier. The product features a new interface, a detailed manual, support for the latest operating systems (Windows 8 and 10) and latest CPUs.
Welcome to Multicore Next!

  • Three groups, to which you can add applications to be executed with a click of a button
  • Auto-minimizing of Multicore Next after group execution
  • Manual execution of a chosen executable file
  • Automatic update checking
  • Editable profiles
  • Support for up to 16 cores
  • Support for Hyper-threading enabled systems

System Requirements:

  • Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold, Steam Edition or SP2 required) or Prepar3D (v1, v2 or v3)
  • Multi-core processer (CPU)
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 512 MB graphics card
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP (32-bit or 64-bit) 
  • 100 MB hard drive space
.NET framework v3.5 SP1
Internet connection (for online activation)
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Multicore Next You've invested in a high-spec powerful modern PC for your hobby, yet simulators like Flight Simulator X were written at a time when multi-core CPUs were still in their infancy in consumer machines.

Now you can change all that with Multicore Next from FSPS, and ensure that you utilise all available CPU power by enabling this useful tool to take advantage of the processing performance in your machine across multiple processor cores.

Download size: 27MB (learn about downloads)

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