File Management Cleanup and Removal DirectX Happy Uninstall

DirectX Happy Uninstall DirectX Happy Uninstall 6.86 for Windows

by Superfox Studio

Avg. Rating 2.7 (69 votes)

File Details

File Size 30.7 MB
License Shareware, $12.95
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 11,668
Publisher Superfox Studio
Homepage DirectX Happy Uninstall

Publisher's Description

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.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v6.5 on Jan 27, 2016

on what OS would you do this NONE

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.6 on Mar 19, 2012

There's nothing happy about this utility, it should be called "Unhappy moronic DirectX uninstall".

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v5.18 on Mar 19, 2011

You might as well uninstall Windows completely -- you will get the same result and it won't cost you a dime.

war593122

war593122 reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

Stupid name, cost money.

Website is hosted on spyware server. Same as winavm.com.

See: http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/www.winavm.com

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

There's something called sfc /scannow that keeps your stupid Windows more stabile... however this is a good idea. minus many stars for being shareware.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

DirectX is an integral part of Windows.

Uninstalling it makes no sense.

Morningdove

Morningdove reviewed v4.18 on Jan 19, 2009

I have been installing and upgrading DirectX since it's conception. I have never had a situation where I had to either uninstall or repair DirectX.

This is a program, that if purchased, will probably never be used. I do admit though, it has a pretty GUI.

horsecharles

horsecharles reviewed v4.18 on Jan 14, 2009

What useless, moronic, uninformed, negative reviews:

Description
DirectX Happy Uninstall(DHU) is a powerful management tool for Microsoft DirectX. Using DHU, you can BACKUP, RESTORE, DISC-ROLLBACK, and FULL INSTALL DirectX. A correct DirectX is necessary in your computer.

1. Sometimes a damaged DirectX cannot be repaired without removing entirely first.

2. Ditto for rolling back to previous DirectX version / uninstalling upgrade / cleaning up after a messy update / etc.

Above can and has held true for various MS / Windows components over the years...esp. those with no uninstall option and/or that do not completely remove everything even when offering uninstall.

This is proven by the bountiful proliferation and success of products like DirectX remover, ieradicator, litepc, vlite, dial-a-fix, etc.

Att. Prospective Flamers-- notice i say "sometimes".

Yeah, MOTO's... if you remove IE you can't browse, if you remove Windows you can't compute...

A freeware alternative to this has existed for years now... although it hasn't been updated for a long time...

NightFright

NightFright reviewed v4.17 on Dec 22, 2008

If anything can be criticised regarding this program, then it's its title. Should be named "DirectX *DEADLY* Uninstall". Other than that, it does what it says, no doubt about it. People who do not know Windows needs DirectX to work almost deserve what happens after using this. ;)

RastaWorld

RastaWorld reviewed v4.1 on Apr 22, 2008

Nope, no reason to. If you need to remove DX, most likely you need a new pc.

Avg. Rating 2.7 (69 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v6.5 on Jan 27, 2016

on what OS would you do this NONE

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.6 on Mar 19, 2012

There's nothing happy about this utility, it should be called "Unhappy moronic DirectX uninstall".

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v5.18 on Mar 19, 2011

You might as well uninstall Windows completely -- you will get the same result and it won't cost you a dime.

war593122

war593122 reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

Stupid name, cost money.

Website is hosted on spyware server. Same as winavm.com.

See: http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/www.winavm.com

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

There's something called sfc /scannow that keeps your stupid Windows more stabile... however this is a good idea. minus many stars for being shareware.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.18 on Mar 17, 2011

DirectX is an integral part of Windows.

Uninstalling it makes no sense.

Morningdove

Morningdove reviewed v4.18 on Jan 19, 2009

I have been installing and upgrading DirectX since it's conception. I have never had a situation where I had to either uninstall or repair DirectX.

This is a program, that if purchased, will probably never be used. I do admit though, it has a pretty GUI.

horsecharles

horsecharles reviewed v4.18 on Jan 14, 2009

What useless, moronic, uninformed, negative reviews:

Description
DirectX Happy Uninstall(DHU) is a powerful management tool for Microsoft DirectX. Using DHU, you can BACKUP, RESTORE, DISC-ROLLBACK, and FULL INSTALL DirectX. A correct DirectX is necessary in your computer.

1. Sometimes a damaged DirectX cannot be repaired without removing entirely first.

2. Ditto for rolling back to previous DirectX version / uninstalling upgrade / cleaning up after a messy update / etc.

Above can and has held true for various MS / Windows components over the years...esp. those with no uninstall option and/or that do not completely remove everything even when offering uninstall.

This is proven by the bountiful proliferation and success of products like DirectX remover, ieradicator, litepc, vlite, dial-a-fix, etc.

Att. Prospective Flamers-- notice i say "sometimes".

Yeah, MOTO's... if you remove IE you can't browse, if you remove Windows you can't compute...

A freeware alternative to this has existed for years now... although it hasn't been updated for a long time...

NightFright

NightFright reviewed v4.17 on Dec 22, 2008

If anything can be criticised regarding this program, then it's its title. Should be named "DirectX *DEADLY* Uninstall". Other than that, it does what it says, no doubt about it. People who do not know Windows needs DirectX to work almost deserve what happens after using this. ;)

RastaWorld

RastaWorld reviewed v4.1 on Apr 22, 2008

Nope, no reason to. If you need to remove DX, most likely you need a new pc.

picsoetje

picsoetje reviewed v4.01 on Mar 13, 2008

I don't see any reason to uninstall DirectX.

@ amit_i3 :
Stop YELLING AT US = stop writing in capitals !

amit_i3

amit_i3 reviewed v3.91 on Dec 18, 2006

THE IDEA FOR THE SOFTWARE IS SIMPLE - IF U HAVE INSTALLED LATEST DIRECTX n ITs GOVIN U SOME PROB.s - JUST USE THIS SOFTWARE.

APART FROM THAT, THERs NOTHIN TO CRY ABOUT n SCREAM AS WHY THIS SOFTWARE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED - U GONNA ADMIRE THE CREATOR FOR HIS BIGTIME DEVELOPMENT.

I PERSONALLY WONT USE IT COS I HAVE HAD NO PROBs TILL DATE. BUT ITs NOT BAD EVEN IF U DONT FIND IT TO BE USED RIGHT NOW STILL.

integrii

integrii reviewed v3.91 on Dec 16, 2006

I didnt download this software, but it made me laugh.

YOU CANNOT REMOVE DIRECTX FROM WINDOWS OR IT WILL CEASE TO WORK YOU MORON. How does your computer render anything? DirectX.

This is the next thing up from a full blown scam.

Elliandr

Elliandr reviewed v3.88 on Sep 15, 2006

Direct X is normally a very stable and useful program, but there are compatibility issues. If your video card does not support the version you have upgraded to than there can be allot of trouble using your computer.

In my own case, I had no problems until I upgraded to Direct X 9.0c - now every time I run a high end game, such as Sim City 4, at random occasions my computer will just... restart...

I suppose I could just rollback the computer with system restore, but if I did that, I would also loose everything installed and updated since then and that is just not worth it to me.

Glad to see someone out there had the right idea.

maxstep

maxstep reviewed v3.88 on Aug 14, 2006

Why? Why would a normal sane person uninstall directx??...

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