When it comes to updating drivers, I usually don’t bother. In fact, in most of the cases you don’t need to, unless there is something wrong on your computer in which the older driver might be the cause. So practically, if there is a tool that can scan my computer and tells me what are the drivers that needs to upgrade it would make my life a bit easier. And that’s where DriverZone comes in to help.
With total over 2,600GB of drivers centrally ready to download, DriverZone.com is arguably the longest-running Driver Update website on earth. If not, it’s definitely the longest-running FREE driver update website on earth. It could come in as a life saver when a specific driver needed to power up and run a computer for you.
DriverZone offers two ways to scan your computer, a portable tool and a web application, both are free. Download the portable tool DriverZoneScanner, and launch it. It will automatically scan your computer and display the result on their website once it’s done.
What if I don’t have an Internet, can I still get to see the result? Of course, you can go to the system tray, right-click the DriverZone Scanner icon, and select “Save Scan Data…” to save the result in HTML format.
Note that to download the latest driver, however, you need to register an account with DriverZone first. But again, registering an account is free as well.
Thanks to addictivetips for sharing this tip.
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