RaZ0r! wrote on Oct 28, 2013, 13:46: Being old school, I've always went to Add/Remove and removed the old Nvidia drivers manually before installing a new ones.
This time I decided to let GeForce Experience do it's thing and update me. I didn't even have to reboot which was nice. I'm curious to see if allowing GeForce Experience to upgrade me will cause any problems down the road. I figure if it fails in some way I can manually remove and clean everything then go back to my old ways.
You know if you choose custom install with Nvidia, you can choose to remove the old drivers?
"I've never seen a feature like this before. It warms your ass. It's wonderful" -Walter Bishop