A graphics driver is the software that enables your PC to use your computer's graphics hardware. Old graphics drivers are a common source of crashes or graphical issues, so it's good to keep them up to date.
First, find out which graphics card you have. Press Start (Windows Key), and search System Information. Expand "Components" in the left panel, then select "Display". Your graphics card is on the right panel.
The next step is to download the right drivers for your graphics card.
- For Intel, visit Intel
- For AMD, visit AMD
- For NVIDIA, visit NVIDIA or open GeForce Experience on your PC and update your drivers through that
For more information, visit https://www.howtogeek.com/135976/how-to-update-your-graphics-drivers-for-maximum-gaming-performance/