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Driver Fusion Premium £13.49 at Steam

£13.49 @ Steam
55% off. very good at updating drivers you normally wouldnt know how to. also you can use this on any pc you login to with your steam account. Its a life time key as well. Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
55% off. very good at updating drivers you normally wouldnt know how to. also you can use this on any pc you login to with your steam account. Its a life time key as well.
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#1
Dont want to sound harsh....

I would say this deal is cold. - £13.49 to much to pay for program that just updates drivers.

The cheapest option (which is free) is try and update drivers yourself via the manufacturer website.

They maybe some people out there who know nothing about computers - people in this category should ask nearest 8 year old or teenager family member who sort it for you in seconds.
#2
I know about computers but anything for an easy life.....hot and ordered
#3
I agree with Sphinx.
cold.
#4
I agree it's cheaper to find the drivers yourself, but this is time consuming and these programs make life easier keeping a system up to date. It's cheaper to walk 100 miles than to drive it, but when visiting the relatives at Christmas with the children, wife, dog, presents and luggage, I prefer to drive, it's just so much less hassle.
#5
Bugeyed
I agree it's cheaper to find the drivers yourself, but this is time consuming and these programs make life easier keeping a system up to date. It's cheaper to walk 100 miles than to drive it, but when visiting the relatives at Christmas with the children, wife, dog, presents and luggage, I prefer to drive, it's just so much less hassle.

Just flipping your analogy;

It's also less hassle to pay someone £30,000 a year to take your car to the car wash once every 6 months. However, due to how infrequently it actually needs doing, how easy it is to do it yourself and that it only takes 10 minutes, does it really justify paying someone to do it for you?
#6
Or do what a huge amount of computer users do, which is nothing at all and either chance it or let Windows update capture some drivers, maybe, assuming they've not turned updating off as it was annoying :D

For me I'd check when I feel like it but I guess some people may find this useful.....

Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 23, 2014 10:32
#7
Sphinx
Dont want to sound harsh....

I would say this deal is cold. - £13.49 to much to pay for program that just updates drivers.

The cheapest option (which is free) is try and update drivers yourself via the manufacturer website.

They maybe some people out there who know nothing about computers - people in this category should ask nearest 8 year old or teenager family member who sort it for you in seconds.
it does more than update your drivers.it tells you all about your system.whats doing what etc.it updated 19 drivers of mine which I would never of found. plus the fact I can use this on all my family's PC.s saves a hell of a lot of time.its got good reviews on steam for a reason. its very useful.
#8
I little challenge for you. download the demo of this and I bet it finds drivers that you haven't updated. plus drivers you don't know how to update.
#9
The drivers from windows update may not necessarily be the latest version. I would strongly recommend downloading the ones directly from the manufactures website.

I can't see how a system would need 19 drivers updating.

most common ones are video card, sound, sata and network drivers.
maybe bluetooth if required usually the default ones work ok.

it not something you need to do unless there is a problem which a driver update would fix.

a wise man once said "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

happy Christmas.

:-)
#10
Cold. Rubbish game. The game play on this is dire. Driver:San Francisco was much better.
#11
Sphinx
The drivers from windows update may not necessarily be the latest version. I would strongly recommend downloading the ones directly from the manufactures website.

I can't see how a system would need 19 drivers updating.

most common ones are video card, sound, sata and network drivers.
maybe bluetooth if required usually the default ones work ok.

it not something you need to do unless there is a problem which a driver update would fix.

a wise man once said "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

happy Christmas.

:-)




and some drivers on the motherboard

agree with others, for me a waste of money. I'll either do it myself or get my 12 year old son to build it
#12
For many users, software such as this is a great time saver. (Personally I download them myself directly as i have compiled a decent list of update sites for my self build computer). I tried a ''free'' version of this software, and it did point me to some intel drivers that I had missed. Would not really have bothered to hunt these down myself as they really made little difference to my system, but for the casual computer user I personally would recommend this software, especially those that believe that Windows Update really is a good alternative.

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