Very often we are required to update our Graphic Drivers manually. While Windows Update will update your computer system including the Device Drivers automatically, or the software updaters of your graphic hardware will inform you when updates are available, there may be a time when you may have to on you own update your systems video and graphic drivers, if you are facing issues like Laptop screen brightness flickering or if you wish to get better performance out of your system.
How to update Graphics Drivers
In Windows 10, click on the Start button to open the WinX Menu and select Device Manager. Expand Display adapters to see your graphic card details. In my case below, you will see an Intel as well as a NVIDIA GeGorce entry. This means that my laptop switches between these two hardware depending on the need.
So I need to update Inter(R) HD Graphics family as well as NVIDIA GeForce card drivers. You can right-click on them and select Update Driver Software to update the drivers. This post will show you in details how to uninstall, disable, roll-back or update Device Drivers.
Your computer will scan for available updates and download and install them automatically.
Once the Graphic Driver is installed, you will be informed and ask to restart your PC.
Restart your computer and your driver will be updated!
There is another way to update NVIDIA GeForce drivers. Type GeForce in Start search and select GeForce experience. After this NVIDIA GeForce experience app is launched, you can right-click on its system tray icon and select Check for updates.
If updates are available, you will see a popup notification to this effect.
Click on it and NVIDIA GeForce experience UI will open. Clicking on the green Download driver button will commence its download and installation.
This should give you a smooth experience.
Note: If you are using the latest version of NVIDIA GeForce experience then you may be asked to log in with your Facebook or Google account which can be pretty irritating and time-consuming as they ask for additional information, access to your Facebook/Google account and email verification.
There is yet another way, and that is to search for driver downloads for your system on the internet and then search for the driver name on the site. I have given a few links below for your ready reference. You may visit your computer manufacturer’s website, or you may visit the graphic hardware manufacturers site:
Hope this helps!