Probably, you are on some intel integrated chipset, so you won't see 4.3 soon...While the Open GL specifications are written implementation neutral (i.e.
I tried to update my Graphics drivers from "Drivers Manager" under windows but it tells me that I have the latest version. I don't think you can develop for later versions unless you make your code backwards compatible and only use features from the Open GL version that your laptop supports.
I tried to update my processor driver too but uselessly I get the same message, that my driver is updated. If you are mainly working with Open GL development (as opposed to making a game or whatever) that would clearly defeat the purpose.
Windows driver version 369.00 and Linux drivers version 3 provide beta support for Open GL 2016 ARB extensions on capable hardware.
Please note these drivers are for developers who needs to experiment on “Open GL 2016 ARB extensions”, other developers and consumers should download drivers from the main NVIDIA consumer site.
it doesn't matter in which way it's implemented) the authors of the Open GL specification clearly target special purpose hardware (aka GPUs).
As a software interface for graphics hardware, Open GL renders multidimensional objects into a framebuffer.But according to the Nvidia web site the GT220 only supports Open GL 3.1. So, that is another reason for not blaming Linux distributors. Selecting previously unselected package libxml-parser-perl. Preparing to unpack .../libxml-parser-perl_2.41-1build3_amd64... Also the videos on Dragon Player go slow sometimes , as the FPS drop on Dota2.I'm doing the purge right now, and see what happens. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).If you have Intel graphics, you are most likely already using the most up-to-date driver and the issue is likely that your hardware does not support it. Selecting previously unselected package autotools-dev. Preparing to unpack .../autotools-dev_20130810.1_...