Updating your graphics driver
New releases often include performance enhancements for new games, or fixes for issues caused by Windows updates.
A tool called Nvidia Update is automatically installed when you set up Nvidia's drivers for the first time.
Drivers are seemingly a never-ending headache, made worse by the countless amounts of sites that trick unsuspecting people into downloading malware or exposing their PC to security vulnerabilities.
Click 'Recommended,' then select 'Express upgrade.'If you can't get the Radeon Settings to appear at all, something may be corrupted with your drivers.Finally, if you are switching GPU brands, or if you run into other issues and just want to clean out your system, our GPU guru Jarred recommends using Display Driver Uninstaller to completely wipe any AMD, Intel, and/or Nvidia GPU driver remnants from your system. (Be careful to click on the "Official Download Here" link and not the "Update Display Driver" button, as the latter isn't what we're talking about.)In much the same way as Nvidia's drivers, AMD graphics drivers are supposed to automatically check for updates in the background and give you an alert when anything is available.Here's how to check for an update (and install it) manually: If an update is available, you'll see all the available versions.Again, clean install may be a better choice if you experience any weirdness or reduced performance (it's happened to us, multiple times).And DDU is always there if you need to pull out the sledgehammer.
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