Following yesterday's worldwide launch of Windows 10, all three major GPU vendors have released new graphics drivers that support Microsoft's new operating system. If you're upgrading to Windows 10, make sure you download and install these drivers soon after launch.

For AMD graphics card owners, the latest Catalyst 15.7.1 drivers fully support Windows 10. This means you'll be getting DirectX 12 and WDDM 2.0 support on all GCN-based graphics cards (the Radeon HD 7000 series or newer). The drivers also address some issues with Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield 4 and Dirt Rally.

Nvidia has released the GeForce 353.62 WHQL drivers for Windows 10, bringing DirectX 12/WDDM 2.0 support to Kepler- and Maxwell-based graphics cards. The company will add in DirectX 12 support to Fermi-based GPUs at a later date. The 353.62 drivers also include some new SLI profiles for games including Metro: Last Light and Batman: Arkham Knight.

And finally, Intel has released new drivers for Windows 10 that bring DirectX 12 support to all Iris, Iris Pro and HD Graphics integrated GPUs. The drivers, which come with a crazy version number of, also now support DirectX 11.3, PlayReady 3, and Miracast.

All of the new graphics drivers can be found in our driver download section, but if you don't want to perform a manual update, the Catalyst Control Center and GeForce Experience can automatically update your AMD and Nvidia drivers respectively.