Thursday, November 5, 2009

DirectX 11 for Vista

Microsoft has recently unveiled its long awaited Windows 7 operating system with great fanfare. One of the features of the new Windows 7 is DirectX 11, which is the successor to DirectX 10.1, which is already used by Vista Service Pack 2 Windows Vista introduced Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM), which provides new features such as virtualized video memory and simultaneous deployment of graphical content. Windows 7 also uses the WDDM, only comes later. Vista users will also be covered over and update for the platform.

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