4.5 stars

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update your drivers DriverHub scans your computer, checks if any of your device drivers are outdated and offers you to download and install the latest versions. The scan report provides you with a detailed overview of outdated drivers that were found along with their current version, developer and version number of the most current driver. You can then choose to update all drivers at once or only the ones you choose. DriverHub will automatically create a backup of the currently installed driver, so that in case you run into problems with the latest version, you can always restore the old driver. Copyright

FYI: This program offers to install promotional or third party software. Installation of these components is optional but you should pay attention during setup to avoid installing unwanted software. Read our policy.

Product Details

Publisher DriverHub Price Free
Version 1.2.1  history Last updated Dec 22, 2021
File Size 942 Kb Requirements None

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Avg. user rating: 2 Based on 3 user reviews Post your own review

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Another warning 1 stars by Sleeker Mar 02, 2023
I experimented with Driverhub prior to my yearly Windows reinstall. Driver compatibility is complicated, so I was doubtful. Driverhub installed drivers that were not compatible with my hardware, and it hobbled my computer. You have been warned. show Review details
It is worth 4.5 points 4 stars by info601 Aug 07, 2018
You need to update only those drivers that you need. You do not need to install everything at once. First on the chipset, then everything else. Thank you for the miracle program! At me all works Windows 7 64bits ENG. show Review details
Looks good, but broke my comptuer 2 stars by WanjiSanji Aug 07, 2018 (Read all my 6 reviews)
This is good-looking software that identified a dozen or more drivers that needed updating. However, after rebooting my computer would not start, and even a Win 10 repair, or restore from a System Restore point, could not bring it back. I had to restore from a full system image backup I'd done, luckily, just a few days ago. Updating drivers can be messy, and I guess it's something that needs to be done manually, or maybe one at a time. show Review details
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