NVIDIA GeForce vs. Windows 10

My laptop uses the NVIDIA GeForce 840M driver, and since I’ve updated to Windows 10 the driver hasn’t been able to install updates. Is anyone else having this problem? It’s not causing me any problems as far as gaming is concerned, but it’s bothering me haha

windows 10 is too busy sending every single thing you type and look at back to microsoft to update your gpu.

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^ This right here.

Stick to 7 or 8. Both are still supported and DX11.3 will have the same functions as DX12.

win 10 literally has a keylogger built in.

Keylogger, full access to your harddrive, you name it and it’ll most likely have it. Spyware: The OS.
It being free sounded fishy from the start for me.

from the ToS. its in the full RTM, not just the insider beta.

When you
acquire, install and use the Program, Microsoft collects information
about you, your devices, applications and networks, and your use of
those devices, applications and networks. Examples of data we collect
include your name, email address, preferences and interests; browsing,
search and file history; phone call and SMS data; device configuration
and sensor data; and application usage. For example, when you:install
the Program, we may collect information about your device and
applications and use it for purposes such as determining or improving
compatibility,use
voice input features like speech-to-text, we may collect voice
information and use it for purposes such as improving speech processing,open
a file, we may collect information about the file, the application used
to open the file, and how long it takes any use it for purposes such as
improving performance, orenter text, we may collect typed characters and use them for purposes such as improving autocomplete and spellcheck features.

Finally, we will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including
your content (such as the content of your emails, other private
communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith
belief that doing so is necessary to: 1.comply with applicable law or
respond to valid legal process, including from law enforcement or other
government agencies; 2.protect our customers, for example to prevent
spam or attempts to defraud users of the services, or to help prevent
the loss of life or serious injury of anyone; 3.operate and maintain the
security of our services, including to prevent or stop an attack on our
computer systems or networks; or 4.protect the rights or property of
Microsoft, including enforcing the terms governing the use of the
services – however, if we receive information indicating that someone is
using our services to traffic in stolen intellectual or physical
property of Microsoft, we will not inspect a customer’s private content
ourselves, but we may refer the matter to law enforcement.

I’ve had no problems with both co-existing.

There isn’t anything malicious or anything that hasn’t already been done in that lol.

they know what you open, what you open it with, what you type, collect voice samples, read your emails.
thanks but no thanks