How to Update ANY Graphics Card on Windows 10

If your graphics card’s drivers are out of date, your games and apps may not work smoothly. Furthermore, you may get blue screen troubles! So, in this article, you’ll learn how to update any graphics card on Windows 10 with ease. There are now three options for doing this: Windows Update, auto-detection, or manually downloading the drivers. Now, let’s get started with Windows Update.

After pressing the ‘Start’ button, type ‘device management’ into the search area.

Now, from the search results, choose ‘Device Manager.’ Double-click where it says ‘Display adapters’ once the device manager has opened. And now you should be able to view your graphics card. And as a bonus, you now know which one you have. As a result, you’ll be able to tell which graphics card is installed on your computer.

Now double-click your graphics card, go to the ‘Driver’ tab, and select ‘Update driver.’. You should now have two options: you can have your computer look for new driver software automatically. Or you may explore your computer for driver software. I’ll select the first option, and Windows will look for. And download graphics card drivers for your computer if they are available. If it couldn’t locate anything, you’ll see a screen like this: “The best drivers for your device are already installed.”. But this isn’t always the case.

The most recent drivers are available online, however there are some issues with them. Windows was unable to identify them.

This brings us to the next step. The following phase is auto-detect. It’s logical! Why not have the manufacturer of your graphics card check to see if you have the most recent drivers? And, thankfully, the top manufacturers excel at it.

NVIDIA and AMD for discrete graphics cards, and Intel for integrated graphics cards. As a result, I’ll give links to these scanning tools in the video description. These scanning programs will scan your computer and then automatically download the most recent drivers for you. The final option is to download the drivers yourself, which is far easier than it appears — trust me! All you have to do now is figure out which graphics card you have and then search for and download the appropriate drivers!

That’s all there is to it! Here’s another method for determining which graphics card you have.

Simply right-click an empty area on the Task bar, select ‘Task Manager,’ and then click ‘More details’ if this small popup appears. Then go to the ‘Performance’ tab.

And now, from the GPU section, you should be able to see which graphics card you have if you scroll down and to the left. As you can see, I have the NVIDIA Quadro K600 in my case. And it’s critical to have this knowledge. And we’ll seek for drivers for that particular graphics device. So here’s what you should do now. Open your browser and type the following into the address bar. Your graphics card, followed by ‘driver download.’ So, because I have the NVIDIA Quadro K600. I’ll put “Download the NVIDIA Quadro K600 driver.

“And now I’m going to use the search function. And there you have it! I can already see links guiding me to the drivers for my exact graphics card in the first search results, as you can see. It’s that easy! As a result, this should work for you as well.

Overall, as you can see, updating your drivers on Windows 10 is rather simple. As you can see, these courses are straightforward and simple to follow.