Update device drivers and fix hardware problems
97% of all computer problems are caused by missing, corrupt or outdated device drivers. UpdateStar Drivers solves these problems and provides you with device driver updates.
 
The brand-new and improved version 7 now accurately scans your computer and provides driver updates for 157,000 hardware devices.
 
 
Awards & Reviews
Reliably checks your system for outdated drivers - In a review on the CHIP website the editors summarize: "Once installed, 'UpdateStar Drivers' checks all the hardware drivers  installed for available updates. If newer drivers have been found in the manufacturer's database, 'UpdateStar Drivers' will suggest the updates.

The update process can be started with just one click. With a fast internet connection it is done just as quickly as the previous scan. A driver update is possible only after obtaining a one-year license. The extension of an existing license costs just 15 euros per year. In addition, 'UpdateStar Drivers' can secure existing drivers with a backup and restore these later, if needed; individually or all together."

And the editors summarize: "Conclusion: If you are only little familiar with device drivers, but want to always rely on a perfectly running system, this investment is worth considering." - CHIP, April 2013
 
Keeps installed drivers up to date - In a review on the softonic website the editors summarize: "'UpdateStar Drivers' provides users with current device drivers for installed hardware on their PCs. The software checks the condition of the drivers when the system starts or by the push of a button and updates missing and outdated driver versions.

It also shows details of outdated drivers in a list and offers the user to download the latest versions. Upon request the user can backup the current drivers on the hard disk and recover them on demand. You can also define a regular query time for the driver check." And the editors continue: "With UpdateStar Drivers you do not have to worry about missing drivers..." - softonic, February 2011
 


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