AMD drivers for Windows 10 build 10122 are now ready for download

The new AMD drivers for Windows 10 build 10122 should fix the Microsoft Edge crashes.

AMD drivers Windows 10

AMD rolls out new drivers to improve stability on Windows 10 build 10122. Before build 10122 was released, Microsoft warned users of a big bug that was causing frequent crashes on Microsoft Edge (Project Spartan) on systems using AMD graphics, and today the software giant announces that and new updates for AMD drivers are being rolled out via the Windows Update to fix the problem.

The announcement was made by Gabriel Aul, Microsoft’s head of the Windows Insider program, who noted on Twitter that AMD has just released some new drivers “which should work great” with Windows 10 build 10122.

The new drivers should, in theory, permanently solve the issue that causes Microsoft Edge to crash.

To download the AMD drivers for build 10122, you should open the Settings, and under Update & security, on Windows Update, click Check for updates, to download and install the new drivers.

If you’re are running a system with AMD GPU, try to update your PC and let us know in the comment whether it worked or not.

You can find more info to download the AMD drivers (Drivers Packaging Version 15.20-150514a1-1800730E-ATI) manually here.

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