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Here is how to use the updater. First start it (you will find it easiest via de Windows Start Menu).

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You will need to be connected to the internet!

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It will show you the products and sims it could find. If there is an update for a product is is shown in red. Click on that title.

 

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It will now show the version you have installed and what version is available. Click [Update selected Product] to, you guessed it, update!

 

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Tada,,, you're done. And no malware!

 

If you want to be in 'the fast lane' and receive updates that are not fully tested and documented you can activate that option in the Configuration

 

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5 minutes ago, David2406 said:

It's part of previously bought Busses?

 

No, as you can see from the forum section. This is not about the currently available Airbuses, but only about the upcoming Professional version.

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4 minutes ago, Tom A320 said:

 

No, as you can see from the forum section. This is not about the currently available Airbuses, but only about the upcoming Professional version.

I know. I mean when you release airbusses, I suppose I'll buy it using old serial number, right?

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The updater will work for the new buses, regardless if you bought them with or without update discount.It will not work for the current buses.

 

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Will the Aerosoft Updater give me notifications that there are updates available when I am flying the bus/using the livery manager?  Will there be a function to automatically install updates when Prepar3d is not in use?

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No you always have to start this application. We are not big fans of applications that that in memory when you are not using the sim.

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Respect! In view of the many thousands hours of work and the huge invest for development, the pricing is extremely fair for such a complex aircraft. Especially for those customers that own one of the previous busses, it should be a no-brainer.

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