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Microsoft DirectX SDK

9.29.1962

Download the complete DirectX SDK, which contains the DirectX Runtime and all DirectX software required to create DirectX compliant applications.rnrnThis DirectX SDK release contains updates to tools, utilities, samples, documentation, and runtime debug files for x64 and x86 platforms.

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214 users
License:
Freeware
OS:
Windows 7/XP/8/Vista/8.1/10
Date:
November 17th, 2010
File size:
571.68 MB
Category rank:
9
All software rank:
2 308

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Free up 571.68 MB on the hard drive for installing Microsoft DirectX SDK v9.29.1962; keep in mind that it can be also found under the titles of Microsoft DirectX SDK (November 2007) and Microsoft DirectX SDK (August 2007). This program is offered free of charge by its developer Microsoft. Users can find it in Software Development category, namely Distribution. Choose between 9.9 and 9.8 versions running on Windows 7/XP/8/Vista/8.1/10. As our statistics show, the most popular installers of the software are SampleBrowser.exe and BosGame.exe. A number of antivirus services scanned the file and found it safe to use.

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