Windows 10: Automatic Updates (Non Windows Drivers)

  1.    11 Aug 2015 #1

    Automatic Updates (Non Windows Drivers)

    Hi there,

    Wondering if anyone could answer something regarding Windows 10.

    I'm curious about the auto updates. A lot of the drivers I download manually always seem to ship with unnecessary extras I don't require. For eg. Nvidia drivers I custom install and deselect Nvidia Update, the 3D stuff, Nvidia Experience and HD Audio because I have no use for them.

    When I install W7 all of this is installed for me and I have to uninstall it along with the drivers before running DDU uninstaller before installing the latest. How does this work with W10? Will all this stuff be installed automatically with no way to remove since from what I gather the auto updates would just reinstall it if I removed it?

    Last edited by Flax Seed; 11 Aug 2015 at 18:22. Reason: Impoliteness
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