There are many driver update tools available that will automatically keep all your Windows drivers up to date. In this post we share four of those software tools.
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Sometimes you may not want Windows to always automatically update a device driver. Here’s how you can disable driver updates through Windows Update.
When it comes to Linux, you have open source drivers & proprietary video drivers that come directly from a manufacturer. Wondering which to use? Read on.
If you are in a server environment or want to control device drivers using the command line, DevCon is a good alternative for the regular Device Manager in Windows.
Sometimes, Windows will fail to recognize the new hardware you added to your machine. Here is how you can find drivers for unknown devices in Windows.
The problem with Windows’s drivers is that they can cog up over time. Here is how you can remove old drivers in Windows 8 and improve your PC performance.
Windows Device Manager is good, but it does not provide detailed information about the installed devices. ServiWin let you manage Windows drivers with the detailed information that Windows Device Manager doesn’t provide.
When it comes to drivers, a lot of people don’t know what to expect when installing them. Many don’t understand the difference between drivers and user-level software, and even more people don’t understand what it implies. Drivers play a fundamental role in every operating system, regardless of whether you use Windows, Linux, or Macintosh. In […]
Since its official inclusion in KDE, the Desktop Effects component of KWin has received mixed reviews. Many of the negative reviews point to performance problems, some of which are the result of the dramatically diverse offering of Linux drivers available for graphics cards. Not all graphics cards are equal, but one would expect them to […]
After our review of KDE 4.6, we received a great deal of positive comments, but not all of them were sparkling assessments of KDE’s functionality. For that reason, I have decided to get back to the basics this week with a little how-to guide for KDE 3 users who may be reluctant to switch to […]
When you perform a system format, all the data stored in your operating system drive is cleaned, which means you lose all the software you have installed and the default Windows drivers. After the system format, you can reinstall the latest version of the popular software applications with ease, but this is not the case […]