Even if you’re using Windows 10, you’ll probably want to do this — at least, if you’re a gamer.
You don’t need a driver-updating utility because Windows has one built-in.
For graphics drivers, you can use the control panel included with your graphics drivers to check for updates them.
NVIDIA, AMD, and even Intel provide control panels that automatically check for and download the latest graphics driver updates for you.
Just open the NVIDIA Ge Force Experience application, AMD’s Radeon Software Crimson Edition, or Intel’s Graphics Control Panel—whichever is on your computer.
These often appear in your system tray, and you can usually find them with a quick Start menu search.
Note: It is important that you do not shut your computer off or allow it to run out of battery during the update process.