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Automatic driver update software

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Can anyone recommend a free program which will keep all my drivers updated?

Simple, automatic, safe and free.... not asking much.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#2
Driver max
#3


Looks good, but quite a bit of it in French
#4
that0nehurts;8412649
Driver max


Maximum two downloads per day and interface is quite confusing. Leaves a lot to me decide - I'd rather it be more automated. Maybe I'm missing something.
#5
Sorry - that sound very negative - thanks for both of the above. I'll use one or both if nothing better comes up.
#6
virus
Looks good, but quite a bit of it in French


Maybe but the important bits are in English.
#7
Whats the best 1 you have to pay for aswell? out of interest
[mod]#8
driver genius pretty good
banned#9
Haven't used it myself, but Web User recommended Device Doctor a couple of weeks ago.
#10
dcx_badass
Why? If it works then you don't need to update them, only thing I'd update are the graphics drivers every few months, apart from that no need at all, especially when the alternative in your case is to put crappy software on your PC.


I agree, I don't see the point in updating drivers just for the sake of it particularly as there may be problems with the new driver.

John
banned#11
Johnmcl7;8417598
I agree, I don't see the point in updating drivers just for the sake of it particularly as there may be problems with the new driver.

John

+1

why put a resource hog on your PC on the off chance a driver might get updated once a year
#12
Johnmcl7
I agree, I don't see the point in updating drivers just for the sake of it particularly as there may be problems with the new driver.

John


csiman
+1

why put a resource hog on your PC on the off chance a driver might get updated once a year


Now if only someone would tell that to Microsoft they could save a fortune by not providing windows updates.

TBF though when there is a chipset update it's best to just reinstall anyways
banned#13
I gotta ask... why would you want to?

(I'm a computer geek btw)

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