Updating my graphics card
The procedure below will block updates for all versions of the driver, present and future.The accepted answer will only block one particular version and has to be re-executed every time a new driver version comes out on Windows Update, which is not very practical since we will find about it too late, when the device stops working.You may visit your computer manufacturer’s website, or you may visit the graphics hardware manufacturers site: HP | Dell | AMD | Intel | NVIDIA | Ge Force.Some of you may want to use free Driver Update software or tools like AMD Driver Autodetect, Intel Driver Update Utility or Dell Update utility to update your device drivers.There is yet another way, and that is to search for for your system on the internet and then search for the driver name on the site.I have given a few links below for your ready reference.In Windows 10, click on the Start button to open the Win X Menu and select Device Manager.
While Windows Update will update your computer system including the Device Drivers automatically, or the software updaters of your graphics hardware will inform you when updates are available, there may be a time when you may have to, on your own, update your systems video and graphic drivers, if you are facing issues like Laptop screen brightness flickering or if you wish to get better performance out of your system.
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center: Download the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter package now.
When you click on the download link, you will be prompted to open or save wushowhide.diagcab.
So I need to update Inter(R) HD Graphics family as well as NVIDIA Ge Force card drivers.
You can right-click on them and select to update the drivers.
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Is there any way to stop Windows 10 from updating it again? Sadly most of them behave like a bull in a china shop.