A simple and efficient software utility that scans and detects the outdated device drivers on your PC, then helps you download and install the updates
The interface of the tool is clean and intuitive. Upon program initialization, DriverFinder automatically performs a scan job on your computer.
Once it is done, you can check out a list of outdated drivers, along with the descriptions, current and the latest versions. Downloading the new drivers can be easily done with the simple click of a button.
In addition, you can create an ignore list and view up-to-date drivers, as well as use a backup and restore system (in case you are experiencing issues with the operating system after the driver updates).
From the 'Settings' area you can change the default download and backup location, configure proxy settings and set DriverFinder to check for program updates at startup and to automatically run at Windows boot.
The program requires a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, quickly finishes a scan job and contains user documentation. We have not come across any issues during our tests; DriverFinder did not freeze, crash or display error dialogs. All in all, if you are looking for an easy way to keep your system drivers up-to-date, then DriverFinder can be of assistance.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on May 18th, 2014
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What's New in version 18.104.22.168
- Increased language support: Dutch, French, Spanish;
- Improved driver backup logic.
Application descriptionDriverFinder will assist you in quickly finding the appropriate device drivers for your computer and even helps instal...