Updating to directx 10
The Direct X application is installed on every Windows PC by default and if you are running any Windows version other than Windows 10, then you can download, install and run the Direct X End-User Runtime Web Installer from Microsoft’s website in order to update the Direct X version in your Windows PC.
If your Windows system is running on the Windows 10 operating system, then you cannot manually upgrade the Direct X version installed on your PC and this is done automatically by the Windows update service.
If you’ll find any error try the fix about Windows update service is not working.
Direct X 11 and Direct X 12 are included with these Windows versions. There is no stand-alone package for these versions of Direct X.
Direct X errors in Windows 10 system is very common, I wrote a blog on the same issue- “Tricks to Fix Direct X Errors after upgrading to Windows 10” in 2016.
So, if you are getting Direct X errors after upgrading to Windows 10 then you can visit the above-mentioned blog.
Is your system/laptop showing Direct X Error after Updating to Windows 10 Creators Update?
If “YES” then don’t worry and simply follow/apply the given solutions in order to get rid of Direct X errors.
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The tool includes security and performance updates, along with many new features across all technologies, which can be accessed by applications using the Direct X APIs.