"Completely solve any DirectX problem."
Practically every Windows PC nowadays that runs games or video (which is pretty much all of them) uses DirectX. That being said, the majority of users are unaware of its workings and generally only end up having anything to do with it when a new game or software asks them if they want to install the latest version.
Just like with any software however, from time to time errors may crop up that are related to DirectX and when that happens they can be difficult to fix. Sometimes they may even require the entire operating system be reinstalled. With that in mind, the Reinstall DirectX EZ software is designed to help repair, manage and maintain DirectX.
Installing the Reinstall DirectX EZ software shouldn't take long and is extremely straightforward. It supports all versions of Windows from 98 up to Windows 8 and requires a minimum of 1 GB of hard disk space.
When launched, the main interface will appear. It has a very basic design that consists of navigation tabs on the left and main content on the right. There are no drop-down menus or anything of that nature.
Toward the bottom right corner, there are three icons that will allow you to email the developer, visit their webpage or purchase the full version of the software.
For the uninitiated, this software will provide access to everything that they need to manage and maintain DirectX. In the general tab, you have easy access to DXdiag (including the 64-bit version), SysInfo and also the ability to check for and install new updates.
With this software you can backup your current version of DirectX and then use that as a restore-point if and when any errors occur. Also, you can use it to try and repair these errors.
If that fails, other options include uninstalling DirectX completely or reinstalling it directly to the latest version.
In a nutshell, Reinstall DirectX EZ contains all the tools that you may need to ensure that DirectX errors can be dealt with. Granted some of the features are unavailable in the free version, such as the options to uninstall, reinstall and repair DirectX - but it is still useful regardless.
To be honest there is nothing really negative to say about the Reinstall DirectX EZ software and it appears to be able to do what it claims quite capably.
There are very few tools that help repair, manage and maintain DirectX and one of the only other alternatives is DirectX Happy Uninstall. It offers a similar set of features and shares the same price point too.
If you're currently having problems with your DirectX or simply want a stopgap measure to make sure that you're able to deal with any problems that may crop up in the future - this software is the right fit. It has a simple interface, requires no real expertise and is perfect for everyday users.
Just keep in mind that the free version does not really have the ability to repair DirectX but can be used to restore it to an earlier working version from a backup.
Requirements: 256 RAM
What's new in this version: DirectX compatible database updates-- important. Auto detects Windows setup disc.
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