This wikiHow teaches how to update the software, called 'drivers,' that control the hardware connected to your computer. The Start button can be found in the lower-left corner of the desktop, and the icon is the Windows logo. Windows 10 will handle virtually all of your driver updates.
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To accelerate the automatic updates, there are a couple of steps you can take to check for the latest drivers. First, you can manually check Windows Update in Windows 10. Ati Radeon Hd 2600 Xt Driver Update Windows 10. Nvidia Drivers Windows 10 there. If no updates are available, you can check specific devices in Device Manager to see if a more recent driver is available.