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Old 31-10-18, 08:05
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Default "Vulcan" Run Time Libraries?

Checking my programmes for any intruders I noticed this which I hadn't spotted before. Checking it out it appears it is something to do with NVidea and used for graphics in gaming. Whilst I do not game on my machine, I understand it will do no harm but thought I would ask on here if anyone has a fuller understanding of what it is for general computer users and if it is worth saving it?

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Old 31-10-18, 08:24
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Default Re: "Vulcan" Run Time Libraries?

I think you mean Vulkan. At some point you must have installed a graphics program that needed Vulkan drivers for your graphic card ( I assume it is an Nvidea card)

Vulkan is a low-overhead, cross-platform API for high-performance, 3D graphics. It provides tools for creating high-quality, real-time graphics in applications.


More info for Nvidea Vulkan support here:
https://developer.nvidia.com/vulkan-driver
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