For many years, rightly or wrongly, Microsoft have been accused of playing it safe with their operating system releases. Business customers in particular are often found to be moving at a snail’s pace when upgrading to the latest versions of Windows. This can be attributed to the time it takes to teach their staff the differences and the process of implementing any new technologies, which is a costly pursuit. With this in mind, it is quite easy to understand why a company such as Microsoft wouldn’t drastically change the basic interface we have all become accustomed to, whether in the business environment or even as a consumer at home.
You may recall that almost a year ago, I travelled down to Chatham’s Historic Dockyard to speak to the people behind a rail simulator known as RailWorks 2.
Well I couldnt resist an invitation to view their most recent developments – so after packing my audio and video equipment I popped along to view their latest release of RailWorks 3 – also known as Train Simulator 2012.
In the following video, we will find out all about the wonderful work created by these talented individuals as we delve into the delights of Train Simulator 2012.