If your NVIDIA based graphics card is an older model, then we suggest you update your drivers only if you are experiencing problems while running newer software on your PC.For the complete list of changes, please view the Release Notes available from the NVIDIA driver downloads page. Tip: Updating drivers yourself is not difficult, but there are programs that will more or less do it for you.See our List of Free Driver Updater Tools for reviews of the best ones out there.Most video card and system manufacturers provide their drivers as an executable package, which means that the file can simply be double-clicked to run.
@Nor Phi, you should repost the answer and declare that you don't work for Microsoft. And also ask it not to be deleted as the link is the answer and it would be useful to others.The easiest way would be to use the official Microsoft trouble shooting guide consisting of a downladable tool which enables the option to hide updates, as known from previous Windows versions.However this only enables you to hide a driver update; you have to uninstall it manually. Details on the Microsoft site can be found at support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930: To temporarily prevent the driver or update from being reinstalled until a new driver or updated fix is available, a troubleshooter is available that provides a user interface for hiding and showing Windows Updates and drivers for Windows 10. We suggest always keeping your graphics drivers up-to-date.Updating drivers can often correct odd visual behaviors such as freezing, artifacts, model slicing, and slow performance.Common Driver Sources Community Q&A Video card drivers are important for all computers because they tell the operating system (Windows 7) how to operate your video card.