Hardware acceleration defaults to off. Enabling it in the preferences screen and restarting Anki may make Anki’s interface more responsive, but some users may experience missing menubars, blank windows or crashes when it is enabled. (Blank windows may also be caused by this problem.)
You can adjust the display driver in Anki's Preferences screen. We recommend you try both settings, and see which one works best for you.
If you're unable to open Anki, you can adjust the driver in a terminal, by
note that if you’re using nouveau, it is known to be buggy, and it only supports
Hardware acceleration defaults to on. If you experience blank screens or display issues, you can try enabling software rendering using the terminal:
echo software > ~/.local/share/Anki2/gldriver6
If you wish to switch back to the default, change
remove that file.
In Anki 23.10+, you can also change the graphics driver from preferences screen.