We are sure that at one point in time or the other you have wondered about how to download and install Direct X.
Turns out Direct X 12 download and installing process is quite easy.
Direct3D 11 runs on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Direct X 11.1 is included in Windows 8 and Direct X 11.2 is included in Windows 8.1. X is a superset of Direct X 11.2 running on Xbox One.
So Direct X 12 download on Windows 10 isn’t that difficult after all.
Direct X 12 download file size varies depending on the update and features it brings with it but isn’t too large.
Before we wind up, let’s understand more about Direct X versions.
Direct X 10 is a major update to Direct X API and ships with Windows Vista and later. In order to achieve backwards compatibility, Direct X in Windows Vista contains several versions of Direct3D, including Direct3D 9, Direct3D 9Ex and Direct3D 10.
The installation wizard may prompt you with a message that says it’s only supported through Windows Vista.
Ignore the message since Direct X download on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP is possible. This step is important: Restart your computer after the installation is complete.
We know Windows Vista is extinct, but it helps to understand how Direct X 10 evolved with Windows Vista and later.