The Nvidia In-game Overlay is an Nvidia GeForce Experience cover interface placed on top of other programs. Many graphics apps and voice chat apps generate overlays to improve your user experience, particularly while gaming.
When you play a game, the NVIDIA GeForce Experience overlay appears as a mini toolbar. You can access the main features of the GeForce Experience app via the overlay.
Although there are many advantages, the app consumes bandwidth and can cause compatibility issues with specific programs. In this case, it's better to disable the overlay.
Are you tired of seeing the message "Press Alt+Z to share your gameplay" every time you launch a video game?
The notification will no longer appear when you launch a game in the future.
The overlay settings are usually re-enabled automatically after a driver update, so in some cases, it is better to remove the GeForce Experience software completely.
If you have a new PC and you haven't installed the video driver yet, you can prevent Nvidia from installing the GeForce Experience software.
Although Nvidia GeForce Experience provides a lot of benefits, it's sometimes better to remove the experience altogether. What are your experiences with the GeForce Experience overlay?