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  1. Graphics driver software is responsible for the graphics card performance installed in your PC. As it’s apparent from its name, a graphics card works to enhance gaming and video viewing experience of the users. An updated graphics driver gives you best performance. Most of the graphics card brands like NVIDIA, AMD, etc. frequently release updates for graphic driver for almost every product of theirs. How to identify your Graphic Card? Through Device Manager Go to the Device Manager (Click Start >>Device Manager) Expand the Display adapters section to see the manufacturer and model
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