Directx 11 Install Windows 8

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-UDP 50000 - 65535
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Install Directx 11 Windows 8.1

DirectX 11.1 is the latest Direct X 11 technology will be exclusive to Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows 2012. According to Microsoft developer Daniel Moth on developer network blog said, “Directx 11.1 is part of Windows 8, just like Directx 11 was part of Windows 7. The same procedure applies for Windows 8 (DirectX 11.1) and Windows 8.1 (DirectX 11.2) For Windows 7 (DirectX 11) If you are using Windows 7, you can download the DirectX 11 update for Windows 7 from here: Download DirectX 11 update for Windows 7 SP1. For Windows Vista (DirectX 10).


You can use Microsoft Direct3D 11 graphics to create 3-D graphics for games and scientific and desktop applications.

This section contains information about programming with Direct3D 11 graphics.

For more information, see Direct3D 11 Features.

Supported runtime environmentsWindows/C++
Recommended programming languagesC/C++
Minimum supported clientWindows 7
Minimum supported serverWindows Server 2008 R2
How to Use Direct3D 11
This section demonstrates how to use the Direct3D 11 API to accomplish several common tasks.
What's new in Direct3D 11
This section describes features added in Direct3D 11, Direct3D 11.1, and Direct3D 11.2.
Programming Guide for Direct3D 11
The programming guide contains information about how to use the Direct3D 11 programmable pipeline to create realtime 3D graphics for games as well as scientific and desktop applications.
Direct3D 11 Reference
This section contains the reference pages for Direct3D 11-based graphics programming.

In addition to Direct3D 11 being supported by Windows 7 and later and Windows Server 2008 R2 and later, Direct3D 11 is available down-level for Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 (SP2) and Windows Server 2008 by downloading KB 971644 and KB 971512.

Directx 8.1 Download For Windows 10

For info about new Direct3D 11.1 features that are included with Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and are partially available on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 via the Platform Update for Windows 7, see Direct3D 11.1 Features and the Platform Update for Windows 7.