> Like I said, in Windows 10, just right click on the executable. One of the options in
> the menu should be "Run with graphics processor >" and if you hover over it, you will
> see some options, along with a "Change default graphics processor..." option at the
> bottom. Now, I have no idea if this is standard vanilla Windows 10, or perhaps its a
> byproduct of installing nVidia drivers (I suspect it may be since that last option
> opens nVidia's control panel) but if you do in fact have a GeForce installed, you
> likely have that item in your context menu.
Oddly enough, I don't have that menu option, and yet I do in fact have the GeForce drivers installed. I'm on a MacBook Pro 17" that I bought in January 2015, it has both integrated Intel graphics and GeForce 750M graphics, so I'm not sure why I wouldn't be getting that option.
Curses, I was hoping that that was why I couldn't seem to get any more than just a little above full speed with BGFX on my laptop.