Getting Set Up on Aiming.pro
Welcome to Aiming.Pro. This guide will help you get ready for aim practice and rapid improvement.
We’ll be specifically covering how to get set up on Aiming.pro. If you’d like a more general guide on how to get set up for aiming then read this to find more about posture tips, grip type and hardware set up.
1 - Optimise settings for browser performance
Browsers aren’t optimised for gaming. Here are a few of the most important tips for improving framerate which makes the training experience much better.
Enable Hardware Acceleration
This is the number 1 most important tip. Check this is turned on!
- In the address bar in Chrome type: chrome://settings/ then press enter
- On the left side, select the "Advanced" drop-down menu
- Select the "System" Tab
- Make sure "Use Hardware Acceleration" is turned ON
Using a laptop?
Press Windows key + i then type graphics settings and make sure chrome is set to dedicated graphics
We don’t mind if people use Adblocker, even if it does mean we lose some cents and pennies. However, some adblockers interfere with the training environment loading. So if you’re experiencing any loading issues you could try turning adblocker off and seeing if it resolves the problem.
2 - Set your sensitivity
Matching sensitivity to your main game is crucial to get the most benefit from aim training.
Go to Sensitivity in the side nav to get set up
Read this if you’d like to understand more about sensitivity, DPI and CM per 360.
3 - Set your crosshair
Setting up a crosshair you like isn’t as important as getting your sensitivity right, but it’s great to get one that looks nice and feels like it performs well for you.
Go to Crosshair in the side nav to check out the custom crosshair creator.
You’re all set
After completing the tasks above you’re all set to start training. As you get more comfortable with the site, learn more about aiming technique & theory you may like to play around with those settings, but for now you’re ready to start training. We recommend you start with the skill assessments then check out the training area