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At least in some cases, using an automation solution for driver installation and update can get twofold result with half effort. For example: install or update the hardware drivers for old computers or lower versions of Windows (the low efficiency and numerous difficulties of finishing this work manually are almost unbearable); you have to reinstall all hardware drivers after the reinstallation of Windows (the Windows built-in drivers are not always the most suitable ones); package all drivers into one complete backup after the full setup of them all.
The driver for hardware is essential, because whether the driver has been properly installed and updated or not determines whether your operating system and software is able to access the full or the latest functions and features of the hardware. But the types and models of today’s computer hardware (including both internal and external hardware) are so manifold that manually installing their drivers one by one is apparently an extremely inefficient and error-prone thing, not to mention updating the chaotic versions of drivers. Therefore, the automation programs for driver installation & update propagate their belief on a large scale, and ReviverSoft‘s Driver Reviver is one of them.
Why do we need to keep the driver files in OS as up-to-date as possible? The reason is, most often, newer version of driver can improve the performance of computer hardware, reduce system crash, and lower the conflict between hardware.
When your computer hardware drivers have not been updated for several years, they may not be compatible with new software any more. As a result, some programs don’t work properly or won’t work at all. For example, a program prompts “… the driver fails to load” when it starts. This case, you need to upgrade the driver for some hardware. For this, you can choose to go to the hardware manufacturer’s official website to download and install the latest version of drivers. However, it is best to use some intelligent driver update software to solve the problem more efficiently, such as Auslogics Driver Updater.
The first thing to do after reinstalling an OS is to install drivers for various hardware. If you want a free, open-source and pollution-free driver detection and installation software with no ads, then give Snappy Driver Installer a try. You’ll find it has a better usage experience than many similar apps. Because the latter often adds too much extra unnecessary stuff to the program, even comes with a protected process, which have been completely beyond the responsibility of a driver installation software.
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Updating the hardware driver has two benefits at least: improves the performance of hardware (especially for display adapter and sound card) while fixing the original bugs; fundamentally solves the freeze, crash, blue screen and other system problems caused by drivers conflict. As we all know, driver updating software is widely available in the market, and Avast Driver Updater is just one of the latecomers. Therefore, it can be, at best, used as a backup plan when we need to update the drivers.
For Windows 7 and earlier, reinstalling the system means you have reinstall all the hardware drivers too, which is a head-scratching trouble for most computer users. Even though Windows 8.1 began to support automatic drivers installation and update, the version of driver files provided by Microsoft are always too conservative and outdated to give full play to the performance of most hardware on a new computer.