DriverEasy 4.7.0.41953

Quickly and easy to identify unknown device's drivers, and keep your driver in latest version. Automatically detect & download unknown device drivers that you need, save you tons of time and energy!

Once you initiate the program with the user-friendly interface, you can view system information that focuses on the machine, operating system, RAM, processors and motherboard. But you can also view data about hardware, such as video cards, monitors, hard disk, network card and audio card. So, all you have to do is initiate the scanning process and DriverEasy will start locating your missing drivers (e.g. keyboards, mice and other pointing devices, sound, video and game controllers, human interface devices, display adapters). You can view the total outdated drivers, missing drivers, scanned devices and scanning time.

Driver Easy comes in two versions, Free and Professional. DriverEasy freeware is totally free for personal use. DriverEasy Pro has some advanced features like driver backup, restore & uninstall.

What's new in this version:

  • Add silent  upgrade model
  • Improve scan progress

Download: DriverEasy 4.7.0.41953 | 2.8 MB (Free for personal use)
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D. FiB3R said,
Couldn't download any drivers, 'unable to connect to remote server'.

Get SlimDrivers instead, seems way better than this, however always keep in mind to do a full system back up before you use any of these programs.

ive used it in the past. one of the better ones if you have to use one. I still find it best to get the drivers manually. Find forums for your mobo that are driver threads. You can also sometimes find custom bios images with extra goodies like better OC support.

Any input on this, or anyone use something else. I typically don't have a problem finding drivers, but some are a pain. Would be nice to just run something and get all the drivers.

farmeunit said,
Any input on this, or anyone use something else. I typically don't have a problem finding drivers, but some are a pain. Would be nice to just run something and get all the drivers.

I have had terrible experience with this type of program in the past, this one might be better though, never tried it, if anything BE SURE to create a system restore point or make a system image of your OS before playing around with this, sometimes these programs install the wrong drivers and make a mess of your system.