There are several methods for determining the NVIDIA display driver version that is installed on your PC. The simplest approach is to look at the System Information page in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Locate and click on the "Driver Version" node in the left pane of the Control Panel, as shown below:

The driver version number is listed at the top-left corner of the window. You can also determine your driver version by launching Windows Device Manager and locating your display adapter, which will be called either "NVIDIA GeForce" or "NVIDIA GeForce GTX" depending on the installed graphics card. Right-click on this entry and select "Properties" to display the driver details:

The driver version number is shown in the "Driver Version" field. The name of the graphics adapter is also displayed under the model name, which you can use to determine your exact hardware configuration.  

The easiest method to install NVIDIA's GeForce Experience is by downloading and running the application. To manually download the files, go to your downloads folder and search for "GeForce Experience." Then copy them into a new folder with the name you choose. You may then launch GeForce Experience from that screen, which will automatically update your drivers. If you want to do it manually, right-click on the link and select "Save Link As...", then save it in your Downloads directory (drag it over there if necessary).  

NVIDIA Control Panel Note

If you have the Control Panel open, anything that's grayed out here will not update. If you go to your NVIDIA Control Panel and it shows "Some settings are managed by your system administrator" even though you're signed in as an Administrator, make sure the Control Panel is *moving* from a spot on your desktop (not sitting still) before closing it; if it's stuck to your cursor or otherwise moving with the mouse and won't close, this error can appear and prevent updating. To fix this, open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc), right-click on the nvcplui.exe process, and select "End Process Tree" to kill it; then you can close it normally.

If your driver does not update automatically, try the steps below: Open Windows Device Manager by going to Start > Settings > System > Device Manager Find and expand Display Adapters Right-click on your NVIDIA GPU and select Update Driver Software... Select Search Automatically for Updated Software When prompted with "Would you like to download and install this device software?" click Yes Close any remaining windows that may be open after the driver finishes updating If you have an issue where these drivers aren't working as expected, or if you prefer to perform a clean install of a new driver, please try the steps below: Download the latest driver from our site Open Windows Device Manager Right-click on your NVIDIA GPU and select Uninstall In the dialogue box that pops up, make sure "Delete the driver software for this device" is checked. If you have other devices listed here, please ignore them and only check this one. Click OK to proceed After the uninstall finishes, reboot your system Download and install a fresh copy of the latest driver from the site.