From the fall, it will only make graphics drivers for Windows 10.
There must be some really surprising news He came out NVIDIA will end support for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 this fall. Starting in October this year, users with GeForce video cards will only receive Game Ready drives with innovative features, various bug fixes and optimizations when using Windows 10.
In any case, NVIDIA will not completely disappoint customers running old Windows, it will fix the critical vulnerabilities found in the last driver provided to them before September 2024. The reason for saying goodbye to the operating system is that most GeForce graphics card users have already switched to Windows 10, so it doesn’t make sense to waste resources to make and test drivers on outdated systems.
It should also be mentioned that Windows 7 and Windows 8 have been retired, and Windows 8.1 is about to end its extended product support. In January 2023, the less popular operating system will say goodbye. Finally, the relevant news is that GeFors support using Kepler-based graphics processors will also be discontinued in October.
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