Driver Genius

Driver Genius Professional

Driver Genius is a professional driver management tool features both driver management and hardware diagnostics. Driver Genius provides such practical functions as driver backup, restoration, update and removal for computer users. If you often reinstall your operating system, you may not forget such painful experiences of searching all around for all kinds of drivers. If unfortunately you have lost your driver CD, the search will be more troublesome and time-consuming.

Driver Genius can automatically find driver for a device that the system can't find a driver for it. It can recognize the name and vendor's information of the device, and directly provide download URL for the required driver. Driver Genius also supports online updates for drivers of existing hardware devices. There are more than 30,000 most recent drivers for such hardware devices as motherboards, video cards, sound cards, network cards, modems, monitors, mouse, keyboards, digital cameras, video capture cards, etc. on Driver Genius web site. Driver Genius customers can obtain information for latest drivers by Driver Genius's LiveUpdate program, which can synchronize to the database on Driver Genius site.

What's new in Driver Genius Professional version

  • Improved compatibility for Windows 8.1 system.
  • Bug Fixed: Driver downloading path will reset to the default settings after updating Driver Genius main program by the Liveupdate Tool.
  • Bug Fixed: Error message apears when extracting driver installation package if the installer path contains special characters.
  • Bug Fixed: Program may crash when try to connect to driver download servers.

Download: Driver Genius | 12.9 MB (Shareware)
View: Driver Genius Homepage

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I deleted -- they want $30 before you can really use the program.

That is not really try before you buy.

Hum said,
I deleted -- they want $30 before you can really use the program.

That is not really try before you buy.

if there was a trial period, people will use it and uninstall right away, then after a month or two do the same thing, probably removing the bios battery erases the time and date so it might "trick" the program into thinking each time is your first time.... thats what she said

timster said,
Sure I can, I just download whatever drivers from the manufacturer's website. No need for a program like this.

Well, you know what I meant :p

Elliot B. said,
You can't update any drivers without paying.

sure you can, you scan for driver updates, click the driver, click "view driver update details", a website opens up showing the details of the driver

you copy the driver name and paste it in the address bar, copy and paste the driver version as well, hit enter and find the driver yourself, download it and install it manually

you just use this utility to tell you if there are any new drivers..... and you call yourself "tech enthusiasts" ....