In preparation for the newest games, NVIDIA released a GeForce drive version 375.57 over the weekend that wreaked havoc on Windows 10 users, according to PC World. The new driver was supposed to make Battlefield 1, Civilization 6, and the upcoming Titanfall 2 run easier.
The NVIDIA team works diligently to release a driver update in preparation for big named titled that might be GPU intensive. While this particular driver might have improved the game performance and optimized Virtual Reality support, it severely interrupted Windows 10 Start Menu and many applications.
It took the popular graphics card manufacturer less than a couple of days to realize their mistake, however. Within the weekend, a newer NVIDIA Geforce 375.63 was released to replace the former. According to reports, the replacement completely fixed the aforementioned issues. But this might not stop your update launcher to prompt a download for the 375.57 version.
Even so, this might not stop your update launcher to prompt a download for the 375.57 version. If you get the notification, it’s best to steer clear from it all together. Instead, it’s probably best to just download the newer one directly from the official website for now.Further reading: computer graphics, GeForce, Microsoft, Nvidia