Nvidia graphics cards will only run on Windows 10: Windows 10 is used by about 93% of users, but only 15% of active accounts on Windows 7

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Nvidia will no longer support Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Nvidia drivers are now available only for Windows 10. Only high security updates Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will continue to be available till September 2024. Nvidia is a graphics card manufacturer. These graphics cards are used in laptops. It is at the fore in creating graphics. Whereas AMD is considered a competitor of this company.

Now most of the people are using Window 10 OS
Microsoft has withdrawn support for Windows 7 and Windows 8. Also, Windows 8.1 support will be removed by January 2023. Nvidia has released a support note. In which it has been told that most of the Ge Force customers are adopting Windows 10 OS. Actually, the gaming experience is better with Ge Force Driver. The entire focus of Ge Force is on users using Windows 10 operating system. So that they can get all kinds of security support and functions.

Windows 10 is the most used with around 93%

Windows 10 operating system currently has 150 million active users. At the same time, Windows 7 is still being used in many parts of the world. According to the report, Windows 7 has about 15% active accounts for all windows. At the same time, Windows 10 is being used the most with about 93%.

Microsoft will launch Windows 11 in October

It is being told that Microsoft will soon launch a new version of Windows, Windows 11, in October. Nvidia’s latest driver window will be available in all versions till August 31. After its release in October, it will support only Windows 10.

AMD recently launched new products at the Computex 2021 show. Including the new Radeon, AMD’s design framework and AMD’s most reliable technology, FX Super Resolution.

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