DirectX 9.0b

Though the update is not yet on the DirectX website, a new DirectX 9.0b End-User Runtime is now available for each version of Windows via the Windows Update dealie (thanks Ant) and this webpage (thanks TopTechTips). Word is: "DirectX 9.0b includes security and performance updates. Download now to get the latest DirectX updates. After you install this item, you may have to restart your computer. Once you have installed this item, it cannot be removed."
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Stupid Bill and his minions
Jul 24, 2003, 00:16
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Stupid Bill and his minions Jul 24, 2003, 00:16
Jul 24, 2003, 00:16
cia
 
MS jokes never get stale. That's because their OS's never work flawlessly. When they do, the jokes will stop.

Can you tell me why these idiots chose to keep all settings in a folder using the LFN 'documents and settings' when they could have stuck with 8.3 and allowed users to boot and swap in a new 'documents and settings' from dos?

XP caches changed DLL automatically, so there is no reason not to be able to rollback if it's a simple DLL change. NO - not system restore! That pile of crap should be turned OFF by default just like Remote Registry and Messenger service! AND why do them from the add/remove programs? Instead you have to disable the services and delete the folders. Scumbags.

This comment was edited on Jul 24, 00:18.
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