How To Clear DirectX Shader Cache In Windows 10
Fix Issues With Games & Apps By Deleting DirectX Cache
If you have been having a few graphical issues with some games, programs or even your web browser then clearing the DirectX Cache might be the answer to resolving the problems.
This is used to help improve load times within your games and applications however, if one of the cache files has become corrupted then it could cause issues on your Windows 10 PC or laptop.
How to clear DirectX cache:
1. Open the Windows 10 start menu and search “disk cleanup” > Open Disk Cleanup
2. You will now need to select your C: Drive and click OK (Work your way through the other drives if you have more than one)
3. Now select DirectX Shader Cache from the list then click OK and Delete Files
Once you have finished removing the DirectX Shader Cache go ahead and try playing the game or launch the program you were having issues with, and hopefully it would have sorted the graphical issues.
Check out the video tutorial below on How To Clear DirectX Shader Cache In Windows 10 Tutorial if you are getting stuck: