Drivers require Windows to work with hardware components such as the graphics card, memory card, storage, camera and other main operating system-recognized components.
Outdated Windows 10 drivers that cause peripheral quality and stability problems after certain Windows updates have been applied. Updating drivers could also improve the overall system performance, solve Wi-Fi connectivity problems and optimize Bluetooth connections.
In this manual, we will show you how to manually update drivers Intel, AMD and Nvidia in Windows 10.
Drivers Intel, AMD and Nvidia were shipped with Windows Update. Open Windows Update settings and check for new updates to collect new drivers by selecting Updates test.
Downloading and installing drivers is automatic in Windows10 and will occur if necessary.
Website of the producer
Several manufacturers are shipment of Intel graphics drivers in a slightly modified version. You should then open the website of the manufacturer and look for new drivers.
Intel Drivers patch
Intel offers an assistant tool to quickly download and install the software. You can download the tool from here to check for updates.
If the update does not appear on your computer, you can also update the drivers manually:
- Download the driver’s zip file from the Intel website.
- Extract the zip file.
- Open Device Manager Start and Search.
- Choose Properties option by double-clicking on the graphics driver.
- Tap on the Driver tab and on the Driver Update button.
- In the next window, select the directory where material was previously extracted.
Update drivers for AMD and Nvidia
You can also download AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition to patch drivers automatically. The graphics software can also be downloaded directly from AMD and updates enabled manually.
You can download Nvidia drivers from your website. You will have to follow the same procedure in the above paragraph to manually update and download drivers.