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#Actualsolenoidz

Posted 19 November 2012 - 05:07 AM

Direct3D 9 supports Xbox360 and Windows XP, whereas D3D11 does not.

Direct3D 11 supports Windows Vista onwards only, but can run on earlier D3D9-level hardware using feature levels.


Ok, that;s clear, but does Direct3D 9 support Vista and Windows 7 ? In other words, can someone install DirectX 9.0 SDK on Windows 7 and develop a game that will run on WinXp to Win 7 and above ?

#2solenoidz

Posted 19 November 2012 - 05:07 AM

Direct3D 9 supports Xbox360 and Windows XP, whereas D3D11 does not.

Direct3D 11 supports Windows Vista onwards only, but can run on earlier D3D9-level hardware using feature levels.


Ok, that;s clear, but does Direct3D 9 support Vista and Windows 7 ? In other words, can someone install DirectX 9.0 SDK on Windows 7 and develop a game that will run on WinXp to Win 7 and above ?

#1solenoidz

Posted 19 November 2012 - 05:06 AM

Direct3D 9 supports Xbox360 and Windows XP, whereas D3D11 does not.

Direct3D 11 supports Windows Vista onwards only, but can run on earlier D3D9-level hardware using feature levels.


Ok, that;s clear, but is Direct3D 9 support Vista and Windows 7 ? In other words, can someone install DirectX 9.0 SDK on Windows 7 and develop a game that will run on WinXp to Win 7 and above ?

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