Windows 10 Creators Update has started to roll out on April 11, 2017 and some OEMs have updated drivers and other software for their hardware products to support it. Chipmaker AMD just released a new version of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition suite for GPUs: version 17.4.2 is now recommended for all Windows 10 users with eligible hardware products.
In Windows 10, Windows Update forces not only system updates but also driver updates. Even if you install a third party driver which you downloaded offline, it overrides that and installs the driver from Windows Update. This may not be what you want. Often, the hardware OEM provided driver is better and the Windows Update driver produces an issue. Here is how to prevent Windows 10 from automatically reinstalling the driver it finds on Windows Update.