Updating driver for video card
Before downloading, check the product support notes for the driver to make sure your video card is supported by the driver, and there is not special exclusion for your computer. Double click the driver after it is downloaded and follow the installation wizard.After installation you will be required to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.For use with Microsoft® Windows operating systems equipped with AMD Radeon™ discrete desktop/mobile and APU graphics.
So, if things are working okay, it’s typically not worth it to bother.
Some companies, like NVidia, ATI, Intel, ASUS, Zotac, Sapphire, Gigabyte make Video Card drivers for Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, but others make drivers only for new operating systems.
We are trying to give you all existing new and old versions of drivers so you can choose what version to install.
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A graphics driver is the software that allow your operating system and programs to use your computer’s graphics hardware.In either case, running updated drivers on your graphics card will optimize its performance. To do this, go to the control panel, and then click on the "Device Manager." Under your device list, look for the "Display Adapters" category, which will list your graphics card.