If you have any type of AMD Radeon hardware, and you use Microsoft Windows 10, you’ll now be glad that AMD Radeon Software is now available through the Microsoft Store.
This doesn’t mean that the software is no longer available through AMD’s website. Instead, the goal was to make the program far more accessible.
What does the AMD Radeon Software do?
The Microsoft Store version of the AMD Radeon Software is in no way any different from the version you could download from AMD’s website.
As such, it can be used to fine-tune your GPU settings and to perform driver updates. This comes as a welcome surprise, especially since the app support a wide variety of AMD PC GPUs.
These include the RX 5700, which was one of the company’s first GPUs based on the 7nm Navi architecture. If you are the proud owner of a Surface Laptop 3, then you should know that it is also powered by an AMD chip.
Having the AMD Radeon Software while using an AMD GPU means that you can now adjust the video settings of your games just the way you want them to.
How do I get the AMD Radeon Software?
As mentioned above, the AMD Radeon Software is now also available in the Microsoft Store. This means that it can be installed just like any other Microsoft Store app.
All you need to do is visit the Microsoft Store website and press the Get button. Afterward, all you have to do is access it from the Start menu, and use it as you please.
Remember that the AMD Radeon Software can only be used if you have an AMD GPU, and will fail to launch otherwise.