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0.1
Haha.

As far as you need to know, there is no difference.
This is taken from the Wikipedia page on DX11:
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DirectX 11.1 is included in Windows 8. It supports WDDM 1.2 for increased performance, features improved integration of Direct2D, Direct3D, and DirectCompute, and includes DirectXMath, XAudio2, and XInput libraries from the XNA framework. It also features stereoscopic 3D support for gaming and video.
There is no notable change to be honest.
 

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Ah yeah...native stereoscopic 3D support.
That was the feature biggest bullet point.

....whatever that means.

In other words...3D is a no mans land of incompatibilities and unequal experiences.
Something tells me Windows 8 won't be the panacea for what ails us.

Also, it took M$ 6 months to "port" MSIE 10 from Win8 to Win7.
Let's see now long it takes for DX11.1
 
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