At the end of this month, Nvidia will no longer be offering graphic card driver updates for 32-bit operating systems. While this is not surprising considering that all current operating systems have been distributed as 64-bit for quite some time, there are still users who are using older 32-bit versions of Windows and Linux that this will affect.
Announced on an updated support page, Nvidia has stated that no future GPU driver upgrades will be released for 32-bit operating systems. They will, though, provide critical security updates for 32-bit drivers through January 2019.
This announcement also went on to state that while existing 32-bit GeForce Experience game settings users will continue to work, all future software updates, new features, or security updates will only be available to 64-bit operating systems.
NVIDIA is making the following updates to our operating system support effective April 2018: