DirectX Happy Uninstall 6.22.108

DirectX Happy Uninstall(DHU) is a powerful management & maintenance tools for Microsoft DirectX. With DHU, you can backup your PC's DirectX and restore DirectX from this backup. In addition, using the DHU's Disc-Rollback Feature is the most exciting thing, you can fix all the DirectX problems via it!

DirectX Happy Uninstall main features and release version:

  • OS Support: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win8.1, includes x64 version.
  • DirectX Support: All the versions of DirectX, include the latest version (DirectX 11).
  • Backup Feature: Backup the current DirectX core components from your Windows.
  • Restore Feature: Restore the DirectX core components from a backup.
  • Disc-Rollback Feature: It will first uninstall the current DirectX core components from your Windows, then install a original core component of DirectX on your PC from the Windows Setup Disc. This can make your DirectX just like the first installed. (Magic feature, strong recommend)
  • Full-Install Feature: It can help you install a new version of DirectX on your PC

What's new in this version:

  • Support Windows 8.1 & Server 2012 R2

Download: DirectX Happy Uninstall 6.22.108 | 24.9 MB (Shareware)
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I can't remember the last time I got a DirectX update - I think it was June 2010 when they released one so whats the point?

No doubt!

As to errors in DX, who has ever gotten those, that wasn't caused by something stupid you had done yourself, in which case you deserve to have your stuff messed up? I have never had any kind of DX issue in my life.

Totally junk/stupid program!

Agreed completely. If there's a problem that causes someone to require to reinstall DX more than once, something needs to be done to find the root cause of that problem, rather than using some hack to back up / restore DX's files.

I shudder at the thought of the work that had to be done to get that to work (assuming it's actually done correctly/safely), when really, I find it difficult to justify the need for its very existence.

_dandy_ said,
Agreed completely. If there's a problem that causes someone to require to reinstall DX more than once, something needs to be done to find the root cause of that problem, rather than using some hack to back up / restore DX's files.

If you are in a situation where the GPU wont work no matter what and you are getting error messages it is safe to say you need to restore or re-image as you in SOL. AMD did have this problem with drivers until recently if a driver failed only a re-image could save you during an install as restore would nto work even in safe mode. They have fixed it and released a driver uninstall. But directX is so ingrained that even the fonts in Windows 7 and higher use it!
I shudder at the thought of the work that had to be done to get that to work (assuming it's actually done correctly/safely), when really, I find it difficult to justify the need for its very existence.

You can't know why anybody would need that software unless you are absolutely sure of how the DirectX setup works. It could be that there are DirectX registry entries that are set only by Windows setup and not by the cumulative updates, or it could be that the cumulative updates don't replace corrupted files, etc.

That said Microsoft has really screwed up with DX updates. Steam and other digital download services can't handle the updates due to the licensing but that's not the worst part, the worst part is that in 2014 you still need the old DX redist even on Windows 8.1, because to save a little space on the disc it ships without the older libraries. They could have made it a mandatory update just like they did for the much bigger .NET redist and be done with it, especially now that there won't be any newer redistributable.

Edited by francescob, Jan 9 2014, 12:07pm :

Sinetheo: Please learn the quoting system. You've embedded your (long-ish) reply in-between my two shorter paragraphs, making it look like I've written what you wrote. Don't put words in my mouth.