Keeping Your Drivers Up-to-date Improves Performance
Installing current updated drivers for hardware can dramatically improve the performance of your computer and reduce the number of error messages you receive. Not only does keeping your drivers updated and current improve the performance of your Windows-based computer, it can sometimes solve those "mysterious" error messages
Driver updates may
include entirely new drivers for your hardware or they may include bug fixes
or driver enhancements. We recommend that you use only released versions
(not beta versions) of drivers. Installing any beta software on your
computer, including beta drivers may cause issues - some worse than you
might encounter if you didn't update your drivers at all. So be very careful
you use only released or "official" versions when you update your driver
files. The only exception to this would be if the released version of a
driver contains a bug or other issue that is fixed by a beta version and the
manufacturer recommends that you install the beta version during the interim
period between the original flawed device driver and the the "official"
final released version.
Sometimes it may be difficult for to determine the manufacturer of your hardware. Luckily there are several freeware tools you can use to ferret out the names of the manufacturers of the hardware devices installed on your computer. Here's one of them:
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