DirectX 10 for Windows XP RC2 Pre Fix 3

A customized version of Microsoft’s DirectX that is easy to install and requires no additional setup for accommodating advanced multimedia applications and games

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DirectX 10 for Windows XP is a collection of components and utilities that make it possible to run DirectX 10-based software on XP, be it a sophisticated game or a complex application.

Its purpose

Micosoft’s DirectX is a group of APIs designed to facilitate the launch and good functioning of programs rich in multimedia elements.

Since the last two version of DirectX (namely 10 and 11) are compatible only with operating systems superior to Windows XP, fans of this OS are confronting themselves with difficulties in running applications that work only with the latest versions of Microsoft’s runtime.

As expected, unofficial projects were released, with the purpose of porting DirectX 10/11 to operating systems lesser than Windows Vista. One of them is DirectX 10 for Windows XP, a customized version of Microsoft’s DirectX that is easy to install and requires no additional setup.

Supported operating systems

Although the title of the software may trick you into thinking that this package was built exclusively for Windows XP, it will also work on Windows 2000 and 2003. This can come only as good news for users of the aforementioned OSes.

Easy-to-follow installation steps

The installation process is very speedy and complication-free. Following the deployment, a window prompts you to open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool (DirectX Diag) in order to check that the package was successfully installed.

Bottom line

If the DirectX version field shows that version 10 is present on the system, you can proceed to accommodating advanced multimedia applications and games. To conclude, this package is a solution for users who don’t want to upgrade from XP to later operating systems just because of DirectX.

DirectX 10 for Windows XP was reviewed by , last updated on July 7th, 2014

Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / 2003

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