Sunday, August 4, 2013

Virtual Worlds : Direct X : Will It Soon Fade Into History ?

By Avatar JayR Cela

     OK about only God know's how many computers in the world are running one version or another of Windows, but I'm here to tell ya something.

     Windows is a Train Wreck just waiting to happen when it comes to graphic's, game design etc..

    Why is that ? It is because some idiot in the Way Back Machine, right along the time Win 98 came out decided to introduce us to...........................

     The Windows Registry 

    This thing is the biggest pain in the Ass, and certainly created just to drive people to the point of utter insanity. Next thing we knew Direct X was shoved down our eagerly awaiting appetite's for better graphic's. Unfourtunatly this was accompanied with really screwed up Computers after installing and removing various games.

     That ain't gonna happen with  OpenGL and WebGL  the 2 of them will win out in the long run.

    When MS decided to release Win 8, way before it was ready, they pissed a lot of people off. Not only did they not address numerous problems with accumulating Registry entries, they also embedded DX into the fold. This is why The XBox One will more and likely fail in the market place and the Sony PS4 will reign as supreme Home Video Console for a number of years. And why is that ? / No Direct X crap to deal with. And  no Windows Registry shenanigans  to be hassled about, and somehow try to deal with cleaning out all the accumulated cobwebs.

    The Windows Registry is the worst nightmare ever imposed upon any Computer Geek, that is unless you are really into, super brain stuff. I may be a Nut Case, but it does not seem to bother anyone. So thats Kool.

      I really like Windows 7, and more and more recently Linux, I have never owned a Mac, I do work with them occasionally. But I am so Damm Tired of hunting for virus's, root kits, key loggers and on and on and on with in the Win Environment I've had it up to here with this crap.

    And I have had it up to here with DirectX, Screw It !!!! We Don't Need It !!!

    OpenGL and WebGL will do just fine

JayR Cela :_)

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