For installation, no problem. It is a simple DLL file installed in the correct directory, then to recognize in its sequencer to use it.
It is compatible with my 64-bit sequencer (Sonar X1) in contrast to his predecessor that was the problem.
I use a PC running Windows 7 64-bit processor with a quad core Intel i7 920 (2.66GHz) and 12GB of memory and 64-bit sequencer Sonar X1.
This plugin is not particularly greedy about this configuration, I can not even say what it consumes CPU resources.
I use it since its release in late 2010 and is a very good plugin. To use it to its full potential, it is necessary to have baffles pulses of good quality. Coin collections as those of ReCabinet or Redwire are quite excellent and you can find many on the Internet, even if the quality of the pulses of free will "very good" to "more than adequate".
How does it work? Well we use a simulator first head amp (free or not, whatever) and placed after the cabinet simulator with the pulse of his cabinet choices to simulate a full string Head + Cabinet.
This plugin can load up to 6 pulses simultaneously, ie one can simulate six speakers at the same time. Each location pulse has the following settings: on / off button, soloed, phase adjustment (normal / inverted), delay, panning, volume, high-pass and low pass ...
In general settings, you can set the buffers for the latency and a button for volume.
So obviously, we can estimate that a cabinet simulator with 6 locations of pulses, it is useless, no guitar only plays out of 6 speakers at the same time ... Yes, it does not grow on trees, but one, we are not obliged to use all 6 slots and two, it opens the door to experimentation and it allows you to make guitar sounds massive!
Last point: this plugin is not only excellent, but it also is free. A big thank you to its designer.