Users still having problems with Windows 10 drivers
Back in July, when Microsoft started pushing the Windows 10 upgrade to users, the company explained that some could have to wait a little bit longer for the new OS because of the compatibility issues that might exist on their PCs, including here old driver software that could prevent certain hardware from working correctly.
Eventually, Windows 10 has become available for the majority of Windows 7 and 8.1 users, who can get it free of charge, but compatibility issues still exist. And when it comes to drivers, there is a huge problem.
First and foremost, it’s the number of issues that faulty drivers could cause on your PC.
Judging from the amount of complaints posted in the Windows 10 Feedback app, there are plenty of users who are getting BSODs all of a sudden because of buggy graphics or any other drivers. Microsoft has specifically worked with some companies, including NVIDIA, to develop 100 percent compatible drivers for Windows 10, but despite all these efforts, some are still having a hard time using their PCs.