thats why u would launch your game with a installation file for the version of dx that will install when ur game installs, steam has a system for doing this aswell
True and also very neat(the Steam system) but when I did some pre install Win 10 research I found that many Starcraft II(that is a DirectX 9 game) players had issues with Windows 10. They had to reinstall the DirectX 9.c as far as I could read from their threads. However not a big issue.
Also isn't their something about that the DirectX 9 has
to be downloaded and installed from Microsoft's own website? Please feel free to correct me here if I am wrong.