Updating driver for video
If these details match the information provided by the manufacturer, then you're running the latest version.Alternatively, you can check this information before updating the device driver, and if the date and version information increases, then you've successfully updated the hardware driver.Drivers are the property and the responsibility of their respective manufacturers, and may also be available for free directly from manufacturers' websites.AVG is not responsible in any way for the performance of or issues caused by any third-party drivers.We check for the latest graphics drivers in real-time to help give you smoother gaming, streaming, and media editing.For example, some games have shown an increase in frame rate by up to 100% just by upgrading Nvidia graphics drivers*.However, there might be times when you need to install an update for many reasons.For example, when a piece of hardware isn't recognized automatically, suddenly stops working correctly, or a fix for a severe bug has released, or support for a new version of the OS is required.
Just remember that if you're using a branded laptop, tablet, or desktop, it's best to first download the driver update from your PC manufacturer support website.
Installing a video card involves two tasks -- installing the physical card and then installing the software drivers that allow the video card and your operating system to work together.
Included in every video card package, usually on a disc, are basic drivers that you can use after installing the card; updated drivers are then provided on the video card manufacturer's website.
Using Windows Update is the safest way to get driver updates because the packages available through this channel have been verified and signed by Microsoft.
To download and install drivers updates automatically, do the following: If the hardware manufacturer publishes its updates through the Windows Update service, and a new version becomes available, it'll download and install automatically on your computer.