How to Update Graphics Driver on Windows 11

 If you want to update the graphics driver on your computer or laptop, whether it's NVIDIA, AMD, or any other, here’s how you can do it:

### Method 1: Using Device Manager

1. **Open Device Manager:**

   - Right-click on the **Start** button and select **Device Manager**.

2. **Find Your Graphics Card:**

   - In Device Manager, look for the **Display adapters** option.

   - Click on the arrow next to **Display adapters** to see your graphics card (e.g., NVIDIA, AMD, Intel).

3. **Update Driver:**

   - Right-click on your graphics card and select **Update driver**.

   - Choose **Search automatically for drivers**.

     - If it says "The best drivers for your device are already installed," you can click on **Search for updated drivers on Windows Update**.

     - This might take 10-15 minutes to find and install updates.

### Method 2: Using Manufacturer’s Auto-Detect Tool

If the first method doesn’t work, you can use the auto-detect tool provided by your graphics card manufacturer.

1. **For NVIDIA:**

   - Go to the [NVIDIA Drivers Download page](

   - Use the **Auto-Detect** tool to find the correct driver for your graphics card.

2. **For AMD:**

   - Go to the [AMD Driver Support page](

   - Download the **Auto-Detect Tool** and run it. This tool will automatically find and install the latest drivers for your AMD graphics card.

3. **For Intel:**

   - Go to the [Intel Driver & Support Assistant](

   - Download the tool and let it automatically detect and update your Intel graphics drivers.

### Checking Driver Version

To verify if your driver is updated or to check the current driver version:

1. **Right-Click on Graphics Driver:**

   - In Device Manager, right-click on your graphics card and select **Properties**.

2. **Driver Details:**

   - Go to the **Driver** tab.

   - Check the **Driver Date** and **Driver Version** to see if your driver is up-to-date.

### Summary

By following these steps, you can easily update your graphics driver on Windows 11, whether it’s through Device Manager or the manufacturer’s auto-detect tool. I hope you found this guide helpful. If you liked the video, please like it and subscribe to the channel. Take great care of yourself. Bye-bye!

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