AMD Radeon Software now available through the Microsoft Store
The Microsoft Store now has an app that allows you to control your AMD Radeon GPU.
What you need to know
- AMD Radeon Software is now available through the Microsoft Store.
- The software allows you to change your GPU settings and install driver updates.
- The software is also available through AMD's website.
AMD Radeon Software is now available through the Microsoft Store. The software makes it easy to adjust GPU settings and to perform driver updates. AMD's Radeon Software was already generally available through AMD's website, but can now also be downloaded through the Microsoft Store. The software was spotted in the Microsoft Store by Twitter user WalkingCat.
AMD has a wide variety of PC GPUs, including the RX 5700, which was one of the company's first GPUs based on the 7nm Navi architecture. The new 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 is also powered by an AMD chip.
By combining AMD Radeon Software with an AMD GPU, people can customize their gaming experience, including tweaking settings to get a game to look exactly how they'd like it to. The software also helps people keep their systems up to date and running smoothly.
The new champ in the mid-range
With Vega 64-esque performance at 1440p and without the heat and power draw, the RX 5700 is an extremely attractive GPU.
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