Best Way to Check your Graphics Card in Windows 10

Many people are using Windows 10, but they don’t even have any idea which graphics card their computer has, do they have an integrated graphics card or a dedicated graphics card. Some Windows users are a beginner and don’t care about their PC specifications about their graphics card that they have but sometimes when they are experiencing some issue with their system, then that time they need to update their graphics card. So here we provide information so that you can download all the latest available drivers from the manufacturer’s website.

However, the graphics card is also known as the Video adapter, video card, or display adapter. So here we discuss steps which will be helpful in checking your Graphics Card in the Windows 10 computer. But before starting the process, we advise you to follow the steps in ascending order to avoid errors.

Steps to Check your Graphics Card in Windows 10

Method-1: Check your Graphics Card in Windows 10 Settings.

Here how to do it:

  1. Click the Windows + I keys together on the keyboard to open the Settings.
  2. Then, click on the System icon.
  3. Now, from the left side menu choose Display option.
  4. After that, scroll down the menu and click on the “Advanced Display Settings” option.
  5. Under the Advanced display settings, click on the “Display Adapter Properties” link.
  6. Now, the graphics properties window will open on your system screen; here you can see mode, type and also the manufacturer of your graphics card.

Method-2: Check your Graphics Card in Windows 10 by using Device Manager

  1. Click the Windows + R keys together to open the Run command box.
  2. Under Run command box, type devmgmt.msc and press the enter key.
  3. Now, expand the display adapters, and you will be able to see the graphics card listed.
  4. Then, right-click on it and then choose the Properties
  5. In the properties window, you will see all the detailed information about the graphics card name, manufacturer, type, and mode and many more.
  6. After that, change to Driver, Events, Details, or Resources tab to know more about your Graphics card.
  7. Once it is completed, click on the OK tab to close all the Properties Window.
  8. Finally, reboot your computer system.
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