One of the distinguishing features of computers is that they are these immensely complex artifacts that work thanks to an even more complex orchestration of subsystems working in complete harmony. However, as most of us have experienced, sometimes those systems fail, wreaking havoc across other important functionalities of the computer.
Think of DirectX as a library of little assistants that process most of your heavy multimedia elements, like videos, and games, and other graphics-heavy software. Since it is an integral part of the OS, it can become a real nuisance when it doesn’t work properly; affecting everything up to the default wallpapers of your machine.
Even if your PC is not experiencing any evident failures triggered by a DirectX error, you can still run a scan of your component to see if there is anything that needs to be addressed. Wiping and reinstalling isn’t your only choice either since the program comes with an option to rollback your software version to a previous one in an easier-on-the-system attempt at repairing any issues.
Backup and restore DirectX before uninstall
Given that it is a delicate part of Windows, software like DirectX Happy Uninstall provides a great and stable solution to not only uninstall and reinstall this software component but also create backups of DirectX and look for bugs on the version currently running on your computer to fix them.
It is part from uninstallers category and is licensed as shareware for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platform and can be used as a free trial until the trial period will end. The DirectX Happy Uninstall demo is available to all software users as a free download with potential restrictions compared with the full version.