dark_wielder

Level 2
Hi everyone,

I using Driver Easy Pro and Iobit Driver Booster Pro but I wonder your opinion in you. I tested DriverPack but I don't like it, there was a lot of confusion and advertising.
 

roger_m

Level 30
Verified
Content Creator
Driver Easy and Driver Booster are excellent. I've used both of them, on literally tens of computers. They both have a large database of drivers and do a very good job of finding the right drivers. The free version of Driver Easy is very limited, which is not an issue if you're using the Pro version.

DriverHub is a free driver updater, which also automatically installs drivers and works well. However, if you're using Driver Easy and Driver Booster, there's probably not much point in using it.

In terms of having the largest database of drivers, DriverAssist is far better than Driver Easy and Driver Booster, but it is expensive and doesn't correctly match the right drivers as well as they do. Having a very large database of drivers come in handy for me, as I am regularly doing clean installs of Windows on different computers. The larger the database of drivers, the more likely the driver update software is able to find drivers for any devices that Windows has not been able to find drivers for.

In your case, you may as well just stick with Driver Easy and Driver Booster. Just bear in mind that while driver updates can include important bug fixes and in some cases will increase system performance, if your system is running fine, it's definitely not essential to keep the drivers updated.
 

carsten ibsen

Level 24
Verified
Hello, I will go with Iobit Driver Booster.
I have an almost new Notebook(Acer A3), purchased it just before Christmas, and I scanned it with DB and it said I had 4 updates to my Drivers.
I downloaded them(free) and installed them without any problems. :)
 

Spawn

Administrator
Verified
Staff member
There was an old thread about certain programs, you can check out the replies here:
 
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