Good program for updating drivers
Hardware driver-updating utilities would be a waste of time even if they worked properly. Like PC cleaners, Mac cleaners, registry cleaners, system optimization utilities, and all the other sketchy PC maintenance software you see advertised all over the web, it’s all about scaring you.
Other people report crashes and blue-screens after installing updated drivers from this application — not a huge surprise.
After installation, Driver Update ran a scan and informed us that our computer had 14 out-of-date drivers, many of which are considered “ancient.” This is on a fresh Windows 8.1 system — installed just a few months ago — with the latest drivers available from the manufacturer’s website at the time.
There’s no possible way we have “ancient” drivers from 2006 installed.
I've been using Drivepack Solutions for years now and I'm wondering if there is a better option for commercial use.
With Driverpack Solutions, you have to make sure not to install all of the other adware programs along with the drivers and I'm looking for a program that is a little more professional.