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Windows Vista and DirectX10

Posted on Wednesday, September 13 2006 @ 01:45:55 CEST by


After being tasked with writing this DirectX 10 piece, I was asked, "what does DirectX 10 mean to me as a PC consumer, right now? Explain that in the piece, I think that's what people want to know". The questioner asks brilliantly. So off I set to conceptualise what I know about DirectX 10 as a part-time DX10-using developer, in order to better explain what Microsoft's latest media-processing technologies for Windows will eventually mean to you, the end-user..

Check it out over at Hexus.



 



 

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