How To Install Proprietary Graphics Drivers In Ubuntu, Fedora, & Mint [Linux]

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April 20, 2017 - 10:30am
Linux users have a wealth of open-source software at their fingertips. But sometimes, proprietary software is required. It might be something like running Microsoft Word — which is a bit unnecessary given the quality of LibreOffice — or it could be a proprietary driver. 99\% of your hardware will run with open-source drivers, but graphics drivers are another story. Diehard Linux users will accuse you of sacrilege for even thinking about running proprietary drivers. However, if you’re keen on Linux gaming, then they are pretty much required. Why Do You Need Proprietary Graphics Drivers? Almost all Linux distributions ship with open-source...Read the full article: How To Install Proprietary Graphics Drivers In Ubuntu, Fedora, & Mint [Linux]


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