It’s that time again for the ATI Catalyst™ driver update!  We have been getting great comments and feedback from the community because of this blog site.  Please continue to send us your feedback as we do review them all*.  *IF you are having technical issues with the ATI Catalyst driver, or your graphics card please report your issues here.  Things are going to start to get very exciting as far as ATI Catalyst drivers are concerned in 2010.  AMD continues to be one of the few companies in the high tech industry to commit to 12 driver updates a year (and all updates are Microsoft WHQL certified).  Check our record – for quite some time now each and every month has seen a new ATI Catalyst driver released.  Typically these either have new bug fixes, performance improvements, or new features (or a combination of all three).  Over the next few months AMD is planning to roll out some major new features and functionality into the ATI Catalyst drivers.  I can’t give you all the specifics now, but will keep you posted on any new features and functions as they become available.  Until then, here are the highlights of what is new in ATI Catalyst 10.1 this month: Highlights of the Linux ATI Catalyst 10.1 release include:New FeaturesSupport for new Linux operating systems: This release of ATI Catalyst driver      for Linux introduces support for the following new operating      systems:
  • Ubuntu 9.10 production        support
For more information on ATI Catalyst 10.1 (for Windows® 7, Windows® Vista, Windows® XP, and Linux versions), including all of the resolved issues in this release, please see the ATI Catalyst 10.1 release notes. To download the driver, click here. Till Next Month,  Jay MarsdenJay Marsden is a Product Marketing Manager at AMD. His postings are his own opinions and may not represent AMD's positions, strategies or opinions. Links to third party sites are provided for convenience and unless explicitly stated, AMD is not responsible for the contents of such links sites and no endorsement is implied.