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A friend of mine told me to try it out, and when used it tells me 14 of my drivers are out of date and that I should update them. But I'm unsure if it's safe or needed. Norton Safe Web has analyzed drivereasy.com for safety and security problems. Click now to view Norton Safeweb's rating for drivereasy.com. Driver Easy is a Driver Updater for Windows 10, 8.1, 7. We employ a strict testing process to ensure all our drivers are safe, secure and stable. Get your driver updates from Windows Update or your device manufacturer’s website. The Only Safe Way to Update Your Hardware Drivers on Windows.
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Want to pay it forward? Consider donating to the Electronic Frontier Foundation! They give you stickers! I am so embarrassed to be asking this but when I look high and low I cannot find any sites touting a 'legit' driver check program that doesn't look like the kind of program that'd remind me every hour that I have a small dong or there are hot singles in my area who are looking for ME. But, small dong and being perpetually single aside, I find myself being unable to find anything that can help. So,, here I am.
Can anyone provide a link to a real, legit, totally-won't-make-fun-of-my-microdong program that will help me keep up to date on my drivers? I don't believe it is necessary to have any software like 'Driver check' on your computer. Unless you experience problems with your PC or you want to resolve some particular issue, you will not need to upgrade your drivers. You should occasionally upgrade your drivers manually, say once per 3 months. Do not be early adopter, because very often the latest drivers are NOT always performing better than old one.
An exception will be your graphics card drivers, which often works better with newer games. Automatic 'Driver check' program will always assume latest is always better, while sometimes having issues identifying correct drivers for the hardware. Quite commonly wrongly identified drivers are for USB3 and sometimes graphics adapters.
This will result in lower performance or even blue screens. The only software of this sort I use is Snappy Driver Installer, but it does not do automatic checks.
You have to run it manually - especially useful if you are installing new operating system. Other than graphics drivers, just make sure the correct drivers are installed from the start. Get all drivers from your OEM's website (for a DELL pc, go to DELL.com and get the drivers for the model you're working with).
I'll never understand why people feel compelled to run all over the world for drivers and trust every Johnny Software Co. To supply drivers, while never just going to the source. As for those mass driver updater programs.
You can think of them as dirty creepy looking men offering candy to kids at a play ground. Actually using programs like that is like a parent not only letting their kid take some candy from this guy, but also allowing the kid to go off and spend quality time with the guy alone. It's not foolproof, not every driver is compatible with it, so sometimes a few are missing, but then I just manually put the.cab on the new computer in a c: drivers folder and go to device manager and scan that folder for it upon first install..cab files make this easy, even though unpacking them takes a while at first. And they are huge, you need the storage on your WDS server, but that shouldn't be an issue in most places. Also I'm not very competent, I, like many others in this industry, often feel like I have no fucking clue what I'm doing and am just winging it through everything.
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