Updating all drivers
If you don't have specific preferences, it is recommended that you leave them in their default state.Updating graphics drivers entails a slightly different process than that described above, as in many cases, you must download the driver update from the manufacturer of your graphics card – not the manufacturer of your laptop or desktop computer.To determine the make and model of your graphics card, go to the Start or Windows menu and conduct a search for "device manager." A shortcut for the Device Manager should appear within the search results; click on it.Once you are inside the Device Manager, you should see your computer's various devices listed.To update your drivers manually, navigate to Windows Update in your Control Panel.You can access your Control Panel from the Start menu, or do a search for "windows update." Once there, check for any updates that may apply.
That puts you in total control of the drivers that run your hardware.
With Driver Update™, you can keep your PC's hardware working like a pro!
In this post, we will show you how to update Drivers in Windows 10.
These may include battery (if on a laptop), computer, disc drive, display adapters, DVD/CD-ROM drive, keyboard, and more.
The option you are looking for is "display adapters." When you click on this option, it should expand to show your graphics card (or cards).