How to Check the Graphics Card on your Windows 10 PC
If you have ever wondered which graphics card drives your Windows PC/Laptop, then your search ends here. In this article, we will take a look at how you can quickly find out what graphics card brand model features in your Windows 10 PC/Laptop.
There are two ways to get around this and we will be explaining both of them here, so read on.
Method 1 –
Right-click anywhere on your desktop, and from the drop-down menu, select Display Settings.
This will automatically redirect you to the Display Settings Box. In the Display Settings box, select Advanced Display Properties.
In the Adapter tab, you will see the name of the graphics card that is built into your PC, as well as the memory specifications.
Method 2 –
Right-Click on the Task Bar and open the Task Manager.
Initially, if you do not see any additional options, just click on the More Details dropdown.
Select the Performance tab, and click on the GPU.
The Task Manager will now display the name of the Graphics card that is installed as well as real-time performance metrics.
This is how you can quickly check the Graphics Card on your Windows 10 PC/Laptop.