Wrapping Things Up
NVIDIA's GeForce Experience has become a tool that I use nearly daily, and when I'm gaming, I'm using it 100%. ShadowPlay is enabled, recording up to 20 minutes, and I have manual recording on too. It's an incredible tool for gamers, as I'm constantly recording, but not having to remember to do it.
For GeForce users, using GFE is a no-brainer. If you're installing your GeForce drivers, install GFE and use it. For gamers, it'll change the way you record your games. For YouTubers, it'll change the way you record your content. The ability to record both in-game audio and your microphone is a really nice touch, especially for those like myself who play Battlefield 4 with TeamSpeak (or whatever comms program you use).
Auto-downloading and updating drivers saves time, and is another excellent feature, and we haven't even discussed GameStream. For Shield and Shield Tablet users, this is something that will change the way you play games. You can experience your PC games through your Shield Tablet, using the Shield Controller, on your massive TV instead of your smaller LCD monitor.
All in all, NVIDIA's GeForce Experience really is quite the experience, in more ways than one. It's not just about auto-updating drivers, or ShadowPlay, it's an entire package that has so many little and big features that it is an entire beast on its own. Go download it, or start using it right now!
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- Page 1 [Introducing NVIDIA's GeForce Experience & First Look]
- Page 2 [Drivers, GameStream & ShadowPlay]
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