As of fall, only a graphics driver will be built for Windows 10.
Supposed to be few with surprising news frankly went out NVIDIA will end support for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 this fall. From October of this year, those with GeForce video cards will receive Game Ready drives with functional innovations, various bug fixes, and improvements when using Windows 10.
Regardless, NVIDIA will not completely let down its old Windows customers, and will fix critical vulnerabilities in their last available driver until September 2024. The reason for saying goodbye to operating systems is that the largest share of GeForce video card users have already switched to Windows 10 Therefore, there is no point in wasting resources working and testing drivers on old systems.
It is also worth noting that Windows 7 and Windows 8 are already retired, and that Windows 8.1 is also nearing the end of extended product support, in January 2023, the unpopular operating system will say goodbye. Finally, the relevant news is that in October, GeForce used the Kepler architectural graphics processor Support will also stop.
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