DirectX is the multimedia structure foundation for Windows operating systems. Through DirectX, programs take full advantage of your system to give you the good multimedia experience possible. This latest version of DirectX offers updated graphics, faster frame rates, and helpful for massively multiplayer games. It also offers more immersive audio when running and displaying programs wealthy in multimedia elements, such as full-color graphics, video, 3D animation, and surround sound. If you had an earlier type of DirectX installed on your system, you will see little difference in an available room on your hard drive following the installation. DirectX 8.0a will overwrite any earlier versions. DirectX is the dominant multimedia handler on Microsoft-based computers, game consoles or smartphones. It consists of various APIs such as Direct3D, DirectPlay, DirectSound or DirectMusic. All of which manage the connections between software and hardware. This full DirectX SDK contains the DirectX Runtime and all DirectX software, including updates to tools, utilities, types, and documentation, that is required to create DirectX compliant applications. The kit comprises of redistributable runtime libraries. It supplies developers with all the necessary tools, debugs files and documentation that is required. The group of DirectX APIs grows all the time, by implementing new technologies, updating and replacing old ones. The leading API, Direct3D, control the 3D graphics of various platforms; PC, Xbox or Windows phone. The DirectX SDK is a useful bag of instruments for developers and programmers, which want to ensure that their application’s graphics are bang up to date. Please record it can only be installed on PCs running Windows XP or newer versions. A customized kind of Microsoft’s DirectX that is easy to install and need no additional setup for accommodating latest multimedia applications and games DirectX 10 for Windows XP is a bundle of components and utilities that make it viable to run DirectX 10-based software on XP, be it a worldly game or a complex application. Microsoft’s DirectX is a bundle of APIs designed to facilitate the organize and very well functioning of programs rich in multimedia components. Since the last 2 version of DirectX (namely 10 and 11) are compatible only with operating systems higher to Windows XP, fans of this OS are against themselves with difficulties in running applications that performed only with the latest versions of Microsoft’s runtime. As expected, unconfirmed projects were released, with the cause of porting DirectX 10/11 to operating systems minor than Windows Vista. One is DirectX 10 for Windows XP, an upgrade version of Microsoft’s DirectX that is easy to install and requires no extra setup. Although the trophy of the software may trick you into thinking that this bundle was built exclusively for Windows XP, it will also effort on Windows 2000 and 2003. This can come only as best news for users of the aforementioned OSes. The installation process is very fast and complication-free. Following the deployment, a window produce you to open the DirectX Diagnostic instrument (DirectX Diag) in order to check that the bundle was successfully installed. If the DirectX version field shows that type 10 is present on the system, you can proceed to accommodate latest multimedia apps and games. To conclude, this package is a solution for users who don’t want to customize from XP to later operating systems just because of DirectX.
File Name: directx_mar2009_redist.exe
File Size: 94.2 MB
Compatibility: 64bit and 32bit
Setup Type: Offline Installer
Must Check the system Requirements before downloading.
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
Memory (RAM): 512 MB of RAM required.
Hard Disk Space: 100 MB of free space required.
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or later