Open GL isn't software so it cannot be upgraded as though it were.Yes, it's provided by your video card driver, but be aware that the highest Open GL version you can have is the highest supported by your video card. Just to be clear, what are you trying to accomplish (and why)?These drivers are used for generic devices that come installed on your Windows system.When your Open GL drivers are not current, you could start to see a decline in your graphics card's performance.(I knew it from here) Now, I want to update it to v2.0.
However, if your GPU is older and doesn't support Open GL version X, then your driver will provide up to Open GL version Y capability (for some Y With this, is the video driver responsible for providing the ideal version of opengl for gpu? The translation did not allow me to understand well.
So, will updating the Intel driver also update Open GL?
Open GL drivers are used with the graphics card on your computer.
Updating the Open GL drivers is not something that you need a computer science degree to do.
You can easily update your drivers through the Windows Update software.