It seems NVIDIA recently broke some pretty important stuff on a number of PCs, and now the company has a hot fix out for the apparent broken driver.
According to PC World the 375.57 GeForce driver was riddled with issues relating to the Start Menu, image artifacts in GIFs and videos and causing some Windows Store apps to freak out and crash completely. What this driver should have delivered is a game-ready system for Battlefield 1, Civilisation IV and the forthcoming Titanfall 2.
The good news is that it's been replaced with a new driver, build 375.63. However, if you still see an update to 375.57, don't install it and wait until you see the newer one. Chances are you'll be much happier.
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