I wonder if it's time to start installing monitor specific drivers instead of the default one's that Windows installs (these are the monitor drivers - NOT the graphics card drivers)
These drivers have been ignored by all but a few users as long as I've been working on computers,.
I have to wonder if the advances in video card technology are making these drivers become necessary.
I've noticed increasing amounts of problems with video cards that can't be fixed by updating video card drivers, or be identified with current video card tests.
This is an informal poll that I'll post here and in the Windows 10 forum.
If you use monitor drivers other than the Windows default, could you please add a note about why you use them and your experiences with them.