When Nvidia releases a new driver, there are 10 separate versions of it. When AMD releases drivers, there are only 2 versions to cover all supported systems! Why is this even an issue? Why am I bringing it up? Well... If you support multiple mobile and desktop systems with different OS's, including 32 and 64 bit versions of each you are going to have a LOT of drivers to download. Seriously, at around 290MB each for Nvidia driver we're talking 2.9 GIGABYTES OF THE SAME EXACT DRIVER. That's absolutely NUTS! With AMD, you only need a 32 and 64 bit driver. 300MB each. Plus possibly a legacy driver for those pesky HD 2000, 3000, 4000 laptops that just won't die. But it's only 185MB so that's not too bad (getting it to actually install is the hard part). :bang: As for Intel's drivers... I don't even want to talk about it. Anyway, let me give you some visuals so it sinks in a bit better. AMD: Nvidia: See what I'm saying? Why not just unify Windows 10 like AMD does? If AMD can do it Nvidia can do it. I'm not letting mobile off the hook here either. In fact these should be the first to unify. Nvidia mobile cards don't have anything special about them preventing them to be added to the main drivers. Many of you guys simply mod the dev and icafe desktop drivers with an .inf file to install on notebooks. To which I would reply, if they were really stretched so thin supporting so much then they'd have dropped support for Vista and XP years ago like AMD did. Now of course some of you will say that Nvidia doesn't have to resources to support this or something like that bla bla bla. Well if they were really stretched so thin supporting so much they would have dropped XP and Vista ages ago like AMD did. For those of you not in the know, AMD really doesn't support Vista or XP anymore. Half of these links lead to the "Go f*ck yourself page" as I like to call it: The remaining few lead to anything between 13.1 and 14.4. Not that I expect AMD to bother supporting HD 3100 notebooks from 2009 running Windows freaking Vista. I don't even bother with that crap. :bang: I flat out tell customers either I'm fresh installing 7+ or you're going to staples. Many have protested, none have refused. Anyway, what do you people think of this? Are you going to sh*t all over me for bringing it up? How about you ManuelG? Have you heard anything about the drivers being unified? I'm sure many, many people would appreciate the Windows 10 drivers being combined with the Vista/7/8/8.1 drivers. Think of all the bandwidth you'll save! :nerd: I know it's possible, but is it feasible?