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Update Old Device Drivers in Windows With Driver Booster

Old device drivers can cause hardware failures, conflicts, and system crashes on your Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and XP computer. So old drivers must be updated to the latest version, but it is not an easy process. To help you iObit has released a free tool called Driver Booster that helps you detect and update old drivers on your PC.

Driver Booster scans and identifies outdated drivers automatically, and downloads and installs the right update for you with just one click, saving you loads of time. It's specially designed to tweak drivers for best gaming performance.

 Driver Booster Features:

+ Automatic ally detect outdated drivers
+ One-click update for peak hardware performance
+ Specialized driver tweaking for top gaming performance
+ Fast, secure and easy to use and more.

Important Note: Old device driver leftovers can cause instability, startup and other problems to your computer. Therefore, all old device drivers and linked registry entries thoroughly removed from your PC, especially if you have recently upgraded your hardware and installed new drivers. Read here to know how it is.

Driver Booster (currently beta) can be downloaded (4.87MB) from developer’s website. It works in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.


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