Since the introduction of Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft has greatly improved the way users can update their computer.
Below are steps on how to perform these updates, as well as additional recommendations to help update your computer.
If you are running Microsoft Windows 98 or later, at least some updates should be available for your computer.
In most cases, automatic updates and the latest drivers are available online.
To update your software through Windows, follow the steps below.
Once you know the kind of graphics card you have, visit the manufacturer's website to download the latest driver.Windows If you have a notebook or laptop computer: You should visit the website of the notebook manufacturer to download the latest driver.If you have a desktop or workstation computer: Before you can update the graphics driver, you need to know what kind of graphics card you have.If you have already ran an update and are have a problem not documented try uninstalling the updates through the Add/Remove Programs or Programs and Features in the Control Panel.Below are recommendations for helping to prevent problems.
Although Microsoft tests the updates before they are released with numerous computer configurations, you may have issues after running an update.