Developer Builds a Great Installer on Ubuntu for AMD Proprietary Drivers

A user got tired of installing drivers in the old Linux way and built a more modern tool

By on November 11th, 2013 13:49 GMT

A developer has decided to provide an AMD proprietary driver installer that will help users to always have the latest version on their computers.

The application is called “Ubuntu AMD Catalyst install” and only works for Ubuntu systems, but it provides a service that AMD failed to offer all these years.

“If you like to update your AMD Catalyst Proprietary Display Drivers to the latest release, or would like to try the latest AMD Catalyst BETA Drivers, this application is for you.”

“Looking for a reliable consistent way to update my AMD / ATi graphics drivers on multiple Ubuntu machines. I decided to write my own GUI installation program to do the job,” says the developer on the official website.

The application detects your architecture, the hardware, downloads the drivers, and installs them without any hassle. Users can even choose to get the latest Beta.

You can download Ubuntu AMD Catalyst Driver Install 3.3 right now from Softpedia.

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