Simply put, DirectX 11 is the driver package or Application Program Interface (API), that your computer needs it if you want to be able to play the latest games or speed up video playback on your computer and laptop. Without this API, the latest games that use the latest generation of 3D graphics will not run at their full potential. It runs on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10, on both 32- and 64-, but versions Linux and Mac OS X are not supported.
The package is very easy to install and is perfect if you want to improve both audio and video performance on your PC. In fact, you should quickly notice significant, positive changes in the games on computer. Everything takes place behind the scenes (in the background), so there is no user interface to enter custom commands.
The installation file will check for existing versions of the API and then downloads and installs the missing components until everything is up to date. All future graphics cards, as well as the best new games, will take advantage of the latest version of DX– so upgrading to DirectX 11 is never a bad idea.
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|April 18, 2017|