Drivers for Free is a great way of keeping all the devices on your computer up-to-date and performing properly. Device drivers are a type of software, which identifies the different hardware in your computer, and allows Windows to use it. Everything, from your keyboard and mouse to a USB drive, to the various cards—sound card, graphics card and network cards—has drivers that Windows needs. If any of your drivers gets damaged for any reason—a virus, a system crash that damages stored data, accidental deletion of files—then the associated hardware stops working.
Aside from that, drivers get updated routinely to ensure maximum compatibility with the latest Windows updates, and can sometimes be updated to add new features and improve performance. So even if nothing goes wrong, you can still have outdated, obsolete drivers.
While Windows 7 updates drivers automatically, if you’re running Vista or XP, or have disabled automatic updates, Drivers for Free can help you stay up to date. It scans your computer, checks the drivers, and identifies old ones to update, with a single button. The software is simple, fast and free, and helps automate essential maintenance.
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