|Monitors are not USB devices. Some monitors do have dedicated drivers that allow Windows to use all the features built into that monitor. For instance, the maximum resolution the graphics card can send to the monitor is determined by the ability of the monitor to receive that signal. So, installing drivers, or getting Windows to acknowledge the model of a monitor will enhance the experience. |
That said Drivers are not usually necessary and it is not necessary to remove them when changing to a different monitor.
Some TVs make excellent computer monitors. Depends on weather they were designed to work with computer or not.
What is the brand and model of your current TV/Monitor?