NVIDIA has just rolled out a new GeForce Game Ready driver, namely version 365.19 WHQL, which promises to provide the best gaming experience while playing Doom, Homefront: The Revolution, and Master of Orion titles.

In addition to that, the update implements several changes for Windows 10 configurations, such as fixing various bugs that caused system crashes, correcting black color as seen with Oculus Rift, and adding support for Microsoft Hybrid with Apollo Lake and Kaby Lake CPUs.

Moreover, these computers also receive Control Panel fixes (for GeForce GT 720 users), performance improvements in Glacier NVIDIA D3D test application, DisplayPort workarounds to correct playback behavior, and more.

As for other OSes, NVIDIA managed to enhance performance for Talos Principle Vulkan build, remove virus false positive events for VulkanRT-Installer, fix Unreal Engine 4 Vulkan crashes, as well as resolve some 3DMark 11 related problems.

However, make sure to carefully check the Release Notes, as NVIDIA’s 365.19 release also includes a large number of known issues. Hopefully, these problems will be fixed in a future version.

When it comes to installation, the platforms supported by this update, as well as the instructions for applying the new driver, are the same as in the previous NVIDIA GeForce 365.10 version.

Therefore, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Driver 365.19, install it, and enjoy all these new changes. Last but not least, constantly check our website to stay “updated one minute ago.”

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