Nvidia Launches GeForce 361.43 WHQL Drivers to Improve Performance in Windows 10
Despite being a pretty good iteration of the most used OS, Windows 10 has had its fair share of issues since launch and many of them concern gamers, stopping them from upgrading to Microsoft’s latest OS (although Microsoft certainly has been trying really hard to force the upgrade upon users). The good news is that Microsoft has been working with all partners to fix these issues, one of them being Nvidia.
Nvidia has just launched a new GeForce driver update, 361.43 WHQL, focused on Windows 10 users. Many Windows 10 users reported in the past that their devices would occasionally get stuck or completely crash with a BSOD due to software issues. This update seeks to rectify these problems.
These reported BSODs would occasionally occur when launching games, watching YouTube videos or simply playing a video already stored on the computer running Windows 10. Sometimes, the system froze without a BSOD or an error, so it was basically impossible to tell what the cause of the problem actually was.
Nvidia has promised this new update will fix these problems while continuing to fix other BSODs caused by faulty GPU drivers.
The GeForce 361.43 WHQL drivers also include a patch for the lag experienced while playing EA’s recently released Star Wars Battlefront when SLI is enabled. You can download the latest GeForce drivers from HERE.