Driver Reviver 188.8.131.52
Restore maximum performance and functionality to your PC's hardware and its components.
Hardware Drivers are essential software applications that enable devices, which are connected to your PC, to communicate with your operating system and other software on your computer. These Drivers allow your software to access the full functionality and feature set available for each piece of hardware connected to your computer. As both your operating system and the software applications running on your PC are updated, new Drivers are needed to ensure that your hardware can remain fully functional within its new environment. Many manufacturers do not contact you to advise that a new Driver has been released for your hardware. You therefore might be unaware that new, updated Drivers are available for your system, and you may be missing out on some additional new functionality, features or security patches for your system.
Why use Driver Reviver?
Considering all of the individual components on your PC, not to mention external devices such as printers, scanners, web cams, Hard Drives and more, keeping abreast of all the latest Drivers can not only be a time consuming and tedious task, but also one that can be terribly confusing.
Driver Reviver solves this problem by allowing you to scan all of your hardware to identify the current Driver that is installed on your system, and determines if it is the most up-to-date version. Once the required updates are identified, Driver Reviver then allows you to quickly and easily download and install all these updates from one central location. Driver Reviver ensures you are getting the maximum performance from your PC, its components and its software.
One of the most important features of Driver Reviver is how it sources its Driver updates. Other Driver update tools collect their Driver's from various sources on the Internet and store them on local servers which runs the risk of the Drivers being obsolete or even worse, not being from the original equipment manufacturer and potentially containing crapware or spyware.
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