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| Posted: Sep 21, 2004 10:43 am

- DOS to DirectX and Beyond

DirectX, an API we've grown well accustomed to over the years. Hell, I bet most of us (particularly gamers) couldnt survive a single day without having it installed on our machines. But just WHAT is DirectX? How does it work and why did it become the unquestionable standard so soon after DOS was phased out? these answers and more are all within D-Silence's latest article, also taking you for a trip through DirectX's past, present, and future.

 


With the recent release of version 9.0c, DirectX once again takes its place in the spotlight. I thought I would use this occasion to review what makes DirectX tick.

 

It also occurred to me the other day that DirectX, and it's various versions, has a great impact on many aspects of Windows computing...affecting much more than just our gaming experience and yet, has managed to stay quite low on most user's radar.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Asus K8N-E Deluxe nForce 3 250GB Motherboard @ Overclockers NZ
- VisionTek's new 1GB flash drive @ The TechZone
- ABIT AG8 - LGA 775 Motherboard @ ClubOC
- AMD Teams Up With Atari To Deliver 64-Bit Firepower @ AMD
- Albatron PX915G Pro Motherboard @ OC Modshop
- Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G Data Card @ Trusted Reviews
- Panasonic D-Snap SV-AS30 and SV-AS3 Digi-Cams @ i4u
- Lets Burn the Glaf (FCC Flag) @ DesignTechnica

 

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