If you take a close look at the Windows journey, it’s quintessential of various success stories. Windows is undoubtedly one of the most popular operating systems, used by millions of users around the globe. Over time and years, Windows is and will always be a crucial part of our lives.
Your computer’s CPU and RAM are also important, the GPU is the most critical component when it comes to playing PC games.
Some computers have low onboard or integrated graphics while others have powerful “dedicated” or “discrete” graphics cards. If you don’t want your system to keep crashing while you are working or professional editing software make sure that your PC is installed with a strong, dedicated graphics card that doesn’t overkill your device when in use.
Check Graphic Card Configuration
On Windows 10 you can check your Graphics card information with the help of Task Manager. But there is another way to check. Open the Start menu and type Run and press the enter button.
Once the Run app is open, type “dxdiag” and press the OK button.
Click the “Display” tab and look at the “Name” field in the “Device” section.