Keep Drivers Up-to-Date with Ashampoo Driver Updater

The way a device interacts with the operating system is through the device driver software. Device drivers are the low level programs that help communicate with the devices so that the operating system. It is always better to use the latest and most up-to-date versions of the device drivers because the newer versions come with less or no bugs. Moreover, sometimes the newer version of these drivers can also has some new features and support for newer operating systems.

You can manually download the newer device drivers and install them on your PC, but for an easier way of keeping the drivers updated you can use the Ashampoo Driver Updater. This software manages all of your device driver requirements in a Windows PC. It can scan and detect if any of your installed device drivers are obsolete. It can automatically download and install the new versions of drivers. Furthermore, it can also backup your existing drivers and allows you to restore them if needed.

Ashampoo Driver Updater

The driver management software supports more than 150,000 different devices and components. It has a huge database of more than 400,000 drivers. After launching it, you have to scan your PC for any possible outdated software. After the scanning is finished, it displays a list of devices and components that require updates. You can proceed and click on the Update all button to let it download the relevant software followed by the installation.

Ashampoo Driver Updater

Conclusion: Ashampoo Driver Updater can handle all of your drivers management easily and make it completely automatic for you. It can also create backups of the existing drivers so that in the case of installing problematic drives, you can always have an option to quickly and easily revert back to a working state set of the device drivers.

You can download the Ashampoo Device Updater from

One comment

  1. It is most certainly not “always better to use the latest and most up-to-date versions of the device drivers.” The reality is, that there is no need to ever update a device driver, unless you are having issues with the device. You said that “the newer versions come with less or no bugs.” This is not always the case. Sometimes new versions of drivers can causes problems with a device, crashes or Blue Screens of Death.

    To make matters worse, sometimes Ashampoo Driver Updater installs incompatible drivers, which will cause a device to stop working until you restore the preious drivers. I know this, because I am a registered user of PC Vark’s Driver Updater which Ashampoo Driver Updater is a rebrand version of.

    Sometimes, new drivers will improve performance, or fix some other issues. However, since almost always device drivers do not come with changelogs to say what exactly has been changed or fixed in the version (and even if there is, no driver update software displays these changelogs anyway).

    It usually is worthwhile to update video drivers, as often new drivers will increase video performance. This is of particular use for gamers. However, usually there not much point updating drivers for other devices, unless of course you are having problems with a particular device.

    Software like this, can be very useful for finding drivers for devices which do not have drivers installed (Deivce Manager will show that there are missing drivers). However, for the average user, other than that, there’s little need for these type of programs, and they can cause more problems then they fix. I use a variety of different driver update software. However, I know how to restore old drivers when problems happen.

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