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Nvidia’s new app doesn’t require you to log in to update your GPU driver

, the graphics card manufacturer, has recently announced a public beta version of a new designed to simplify the process of managing your graphics card. The new combines three previously separate apps, including the Control Panel, GeForce Experience, and RTX Experience, which have now been consolidated into a single app.

One of the most significant features of the new app is that it allows you to update the driver for your graphics card without having to log in to an account. This is a welcome change for many users who previously had to go through the hassle of logging in to update their drivers. The new app also offers a more streamlined and user-friendly interface for setting display preferences on games, which is now far more accessible and more visible. You can see precisely how each notch between “Performance” and “Quality” affects the game's settings and adjust them accordingly.

In addition to the improved display settings, the new app includes a range of game performance tools that are much easier to use and understand. You can move a slider between “Performance” and “Quality” to adjust the settings depending on the game. Some games offer only one or two notches. In contrast, others, like Hitman 3 or Deep Rock Galactic, offer so many notches that you could spend an entire day adjusting and testing them. Whatever the game, whenever you move the slider, you can see precisely what has changed in a different display.

The new app also offers more information about what has changed when you update your driver, rather than sending you to a website of release notes. On cards with AI-powered offerings, you'll also get tools for Freestyle, RTX Dynamic Vibrance, RTX HDR, and other nit-picky options. However, only some things available in the prior apps are making it into this new all-in-one app. has decided to “discontinue a few features that were underutilized,” including the ability to broadcast to Twitch and YouTube, share video or stills to Facebook and YouTube, and make Photo 360 and Stereo capture.

It's worth noting that the company has promised to add GPU overclocking and driver rollback features to the new app. Overall, the latest app promises to deliver a more streamlined and user-friendly experience for managing your graphics card, and it has already received positive feedback from early testers.

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