Cons Doesn’t back-up your drivers.
Verdict If you wanna keep your computer updated and running like new, you’ll love it.
DriverCure full review
Clean design makes it super easy to use — DriverCure has a simple, uncluttered design so it’s dead easy to use. Seriously – even a drooling idiot could use it.
Makes updating your drivers a doddle — After you run a scan, it only takes a couple of clicks to download and install a new driver. So it’s perfect if you need to get your hardware devices working in a hurry.
Saves you the hassle of searching for drivers — Let’s face it… searching for new drivers is a pain in the arse. But it only takes DriverCure a few seconds to scan your computer for outdated, corrupt or missing drivers. And then a few more minutes to install them.
Identifies your hardware devices for you — Do you know the make and model number of all your computer’s hardware devices? Me neither. But DriverCure will once it’s scanned your computer.
The drivers are guaranteed safe to use — DriverCure’s drivers are guaranteed safe to use. So there’s no risk of accidentally downloading an infected file. And no nasty surprises.
It also updates your software — This is DriverCure’s killer feature. If you like to keep your software updated (to benefit from security updates, bug fixes, new features etc), then you’re gonna love this. And it makes DriverCure much more useful than other driver software… because you’re gonna use it more often. And if you think about it — you’re really getting two programs in one.
Keeps your computer updated & running at its best — DriverCure monitors more than 4,000 companies for updates. You can use the scheduled scan feature to check for updates — or even easier — get sent an email whenever an update is available. So keeping your computer running like new will be a breeze.
Doesn’t back-up your drivers — If you wanna back-up your drivers, then you’re out of luck. However, it does create a system restore point before installing updates.
So if you wanna keep your drivers and your software updated, DriverCure makes it easier than falling off a log.
Requirements: Windows® 8, 7, Vista SP1 or XP SP3.