How to update graphics drivers on Windows 10
Although it’s often not recommended to update drivers unless necessary, graphics manufacturers are always rolling out updates to improve the experience and support of displays and fix problems with games.
If you need the most recent update for your graphics card, instead of waiting to arrive through Windows Update, you can use the graphics control panel available from Nvidia, AMD, and Intel to download and install the latest driver.
You can use the links below to download the software that corresponds to your brand:
After downloading the app for your graphics card, installing the software should be as easy as your typical next, next, next wizard, and then clicking the update button from the driver’s section to install the latest driver.
Downloading graphics driver manually
If you don’t want to add an extra piece of software on your computer, you can download the latest graphics driver directly from the manufacturer’s support website.
You can use the links below to download the latest graphics driver:
Once you download the package, make sure to follow the manufacturer instructions to complete the installation.
Downloading graphics driver automatically
If you’re not sure the model of your graphics card, most companies also offer an assistant tool to check, download, and install the latest driver automatically.
You can use the links below to download and run the auto-detect and install driver assistant for your graphics card:
Within the website, click the download button for the assistant. Then double-click the executable, and continue with the on-screen directions to complete the driver update.
If you’re using an integrated graphics card from Intel, remember that computer manufacturers usually modify drivers to limit or expand their functionalities to operate smoothly on their devices. This means that if you have a desktop, laptop, or tablet from a company (such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, Asus, etc.), it’s recommended to get the latest update from their support website, instead of Intel. Otherwise, your device might experience unexpected behaviors, including missing features and configurations.