DirectX 11 is not available for Windows XP, and there is not going to be a official release in the future for XP. But you can do something to get your XP up to Directx 11 levels. First you will need a PC running Vista or Windows 7, and install DirectX 11 Installation files on those computers. You can't download from Microsoft DirectX 11, or Microsoft will just make it look like you are getting the update files, but you actually getting the same old 9c Directx files. Anyway, from those Vista and Windows 7 systems that have a working copy of DirectX 11 on them you will need to look at 2 folders on those systems. One is in the Windows folder called "WinSxS", and contains the libraries, and the other is the "DirectX for Managed Code" folder located in the .NET directory, that also contains the XML libraries. All you really need to do is copy and paste the libraries from the Vista and or Windows 7 folders into the Windows XP SP3 directories. Let us not forget that Vista is also just Windows XP with a Windows 7 theme. So Vista and XP are actually twin systems. And the latest release of DirectX 11 is Vista and Win7 compatible. I have personally done this and it works great, and also the DXDIAG screen shows the Directx 11 installed in the system as well.
There is no version of DirectX 10 for Windows XP.
No. Microsoft has not made DirectX 11 or DirectX 10 available for Windows XP, and has no plans to do so, as it is scheduled to be discontinued. Programs that claim to do this are either malware or are buggy and likely to crash your computer.
DirectX 10 is included with Windows Vista. It does not work on Windows XP.
Windows XP is an operating system. DirectX 9 is an API framework for gaming and multimedia programs. DirectX is a componentof Windows operating systems from Windows 95 to Vista.
No. DirectX 10 is only available on Windows Vista and later.
DirectX 9.0c is not available for Windows 7; to actually install DirectX 9.0c, you would have to downgrade to Windows XP (any edition). In order to play games which require DirectX 9.0c without downgrading your installation of Windows, you must upgrade to DirectX 10.1 or later. DirectX 10.0 (initially included in Windows 7) did not include support for DirectX 9.0c, a decision that Microsoft ultimately repealed when DirectX 10.1 was released.
you must first upgrade to widnows xp SP3.
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DirectX is not about your operating system but it's about video card you have. Video cards available today support DirectX 11 and as far as you have drivers for such video card your will support DirectX. Make sure that you update DirectX.
You cannot install Windows ME over Windows XP from within XP. If you must (for whatever reason) install Windows ME, you will need to boot from the CD.
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