1. Identify your graphics card model: You’ll need to identify the type of graphics card you are using. This can be done by looking up your system specs in your computer’s control panel, or by opening a command prompt and typing the command “dxdiag”.
2. Check for driver updates: Once you know your graphics card model, you can check for driver updates online. Most graphics card manufacturers, like NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel, will have download pages for their latest drivers. Download and install the latest version of the driver that applies to your card model.
3. Use a driver update tool: If you don’t want to go through the trouble of manually finding, downloading, and installing driver updates, you can use a driver update tool. These software programs scan your computer for outdated drivers and then offer the option to download and install the most recent versions.