How to Get the New Nvidia App on Your Windows PC

Nvidia seems to be testing a brand new GeForce app for Windows users. Yes, the old and outdated design of the Nvidia GeForce Experience app that a lot of us have used, is finally fading away. This is particularly very good news because we have all gotten tired of the GeForce Experience app that has never changed its design for more than 10 years.

So, what happens to Nvidia’s GeForce Experience app now that a new app is being tested out in an open beta? Well, that will mean only one thing – the end of the GeForce Experience app. However, the Nvidia Control Panel will continue to exist as certain elements and settings have not moved over to the new app.

So if you want to know how you can get the new app from nVidia, you have come to the right place.

Download the Open Beta of Nvidia App

With these steps, you can follow to get the new open beta Nvidia app for your Windows PC. However, there are free requirements that your system needs to pass, to try out the new nv idea app.

System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 or Windows 11
  • Have supported Nvidia Graphics card Installed
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Storage Space: 600 MB
  • GPU Driver: 551.52 or newer
  • Supported CPUs
    • Intel Pentium G Series, Core i3, i5, i7 i8
    • AMD FXRyzen 3,5,7,9, Threadripper or higher
  • Supported GPUs:
    • GeForce  RTX 20, 30 and 40 series
    • GeForce GTX 800, 900, 1000, 1600 series
    • GeForce MX100, MX200, MX300, 800M, 900M series

Download the Nvidia App on Your PC

Now, it’s time to download the new Nvidia app for your Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC. You can do this by following these steps.

  1. Open the GeForce Experience app and click on the Drivers tab.
  2. You will see a banner that says Nvidia App beta available, click on it.
  3. When the banner opens, you should see green text that says, Download Here. Click on it.
  4. You will now be taken to the download page for the Nvidia app.
  5. Click on the green Download beta button.
  6. The app will begin to download. The file size is roughly 130 MB.

Now that you have downloaded the app it is time to install it to your Windows PC.

Install Nvidia App on Your PC

Installing the Nvidia app on your Windows PC is simple and easy. You can follow these steps.

  1. Navigate to the folder where you download the Nvidia apps setup file.
  2. Now, double-click on it to run the setup.
  3. You will see the setup. Click on the green button that says Upgrade.
  4. Next, accept the terms and licenses. The app will begin to install right away.

Setting Up the Nvidia App

Now that the app has been installed on your PC, let’s take a look at a few one-time setups that you need to follow before you can begin to use the new Nvidia app.

  1. On the first launch of the app, you will be asked to choose your preferred driver.
  2. Next, you can choose to enable or disable Google to let the Nvidia app optimize your games.
  3. If you like the Nvidia app, you can enable it right away.
  4. Finally, you can choose to redeem rewards by signing in, or simply choose to skip and continue.
  5. And that is it. Once you’re signed in, you can now use the app to view your games, download additional Nvidia apps, and adjust various game settings.

Once the Nvidia app has been installed, the Nvidia GeForce Experience app will no longer be present on your PC. So, if you want to use the old GeForce Experience app on your PC, you will have to manually download it from the Nvidia website under the downloads section.

Closing Thoughts

This concludes the guide on how you can get and use the new Nvidia app for your Windows PC. In all fairness, the new Nvidia app now looks better thanks to the modern design and accessible menus which you can use to adjust avriosu settings.

So, what do you think about the new Nvidia app? Is it something that you like? Do you think they should have added the Nvidia Control Panel menu within the app? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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