DriverMax Software for Updating the PC Drivers

Are your device drivers up-to-date on your PC? How would you know? You don’t unless you visit each manufacture for their latest driver for each device in your PC. My favorite program for device updates is DriverMax. When you run this program for the first time, don’t be surprised at the number of drivers that are out of date.

I have used this utility software for several years. The software does one task; update your PC drivers. There is a trial version for you to check out. I recommend purchasing the Pro version.

This is for Windows based operating systems

Downloading DriverMax

The Pro version is available on subscription basis for a little over $10 per year or under $15 for a 2 year subscription. You can download the trial version or purchase and download here.

You can find driver updates for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.

DriverMax analyzes your existing drivers and provides the latest versions for over 2.3 million devices.

DriverMax automatically tests each new driver before installing it on your PC. In addition, it backs up the current drivers and creates a system Restore Point, allowing a quick rollback of the installation.

Starting DriverMax

The following is a screenshot of DriverMax at startup:

DriverMax Install
DriverMax install

Running DriverMax

Just click on the Scan… button to begin. The following screenshot is my results from my PC. I have two drivers that are out of date. Just click on the Download and Install button and take a short break while the drivers are being updated.

DriverMax Results
DriverMax results

DriverMax has a Backup and Restore feature. As mentioned above, the program automatically creates a Restore Point when you are updating any drivers. You can click on the Backup tab to manually create a Restore Point. The Restore tab lets you roll back your latest driver updates if something goes wrong.

DriverMax Notifications

You will receive notifications in your Tray Bar (as shown below) when new drivers are detected.

DriverMax Notification

I Would Like to Hear from You

Please feel free to leave a comment. I would love hearing from you. Do you have a computer tech question? I will do my best to answer your inquiry. Please mention the app and version that you are using. To help me out, you can send screenshots of your data related to your question.

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