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Skrjaf
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hp pavilion 15-n031se

i recently bought HP pavilion 15 n031se with windows8 loaded.

 

Having 2 GB dedicated NVIDIA GEFORCE dedicated graphics card, the rating of desktop graphics performance is still 4.9.

the user interface is not as good as it was in windows7.

 

what should i do to improve my graphics performance and appearance of my window kindly guide.

 

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Dunidar
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Hello Skrjaf,

 

Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More.

 

I understand that you are looking to improve your Graphics Performance Score running Windows 8. Aside from ensuring you are running the newest drivers for your graphics card and Windows 8 there is not much you can do to increase your rating on a Notebook. Something to keep in mind is the number 4.9 is just that a number. If you are not experiencing freezing or slow-downs then I would not worry about it. If your Notebook is working fine then the numbers mean absolutely nothing.

 

You can check for the newest drivers for your computer running Windows 8 on the HP Pavilion 15-n031se Notebook PC Drivers page.

 

I hope I have answered your question to your satisfaction. Thank you for posting on the HP Forums. Have a great day!



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