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Direct X is Microsoft's successor to OpenGL as the de facto 3D graphics API for Windows operating systems. By enabling 3D rendering on all Windows machines, Direct X enables games that were once almost impossible to play on Windows to be played across the entire Windows operating system. DirectX is incorporated into Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and introduced with Windows Vista (codename: Longhorn). In Windows XP and Windows 2003 SP2 a non-graphical interface called the Windows Device Manager provides Direct X functionality.
Most games for Windows use a combination of Direct 3D and OpenGL since the introduction of Windows XP, while some exclusively use either Direct 3D or OpenGL.
Direct X is usually installed with Windows in the form of a device driver, but can also be installed by double clicking on the "dxgi.dll" file, which is found in the 32-bit version of the DirectX installation package. Games that are designed to run on Windows 95 and above, generally only use Direct X, and can be installed using the installer for Microsoft Windows (code-named Windows 98SE/ME). For Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista 32-bit, a lightweight 3D driver, called a front-end, is included, however the functionalities of the back-end are limited.
For Windows Vista and above, DirectX can be installed from within Windows using the DirectX Control Panel.
In Windows Server 2008 and above, Microsoft has introduced the similar Graphical Management of Direct X (GMDX). This is available in the Server Manager from the Server Installation Center.
Microsoft also provides a preinstalled Software Installer called Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK) that provides the capability of installing DirectX from Windows Setup.
Microsoft also offers a preinstalled Software Installer called Windows Setup that can be used to automatically install DirectX into Windows 8. Direct X is also an option within the Media Creation Tool that can be used to automatically install DirectX within Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
DirectX can be installed on Linux without the need for Windows.
Direct X 10 | LinkedIn
Direct X 10.0, a new graphics library that allows games and applications to access hardware acceleration for graphics, audio, and video rendering. It is the latest iteration of the Direct 3D graphics API. Games using Direct X 10 can use DirectX 10 hardware acceleration for the following:
Video decoder video renderer and video accelerator
Audio renderer hardware acceleration
Video hardware acceleration (H.264, VC-1, 0b46394aab