Drivers are an essential element on your system. If you don’t have them properly installed of if they’re outdated, you’re more likely to suffer continuous computer crashes. I still remember those good old days when drivers came bundled with their correspondent piece of hardware in a 3.5” diskette. Now most hardware companies include a download area in their official websites, from where you can get the latest version of any required driver at any time.
It’s always a good idea to keep an eye on system drivers: check their versions, make sure they’re updated, and create a backup copy of them – just in case. But all these tasks take time and effort, so what if you could let a program do the hard work for you? Have a look at these driver analysis and backup tools and choose wisely!
- Double Driver – Analyzes your system and creates a list with all the drivers currently installed. You can also create a backup copy of selected drivers.
- Driver Magician Lite – A simple tool to backup your currently installed drivers. Restoration only works in the paid version though.
- DriverMax – A powerful tool to backup and restore drivers with a very user-friendly interface, simple enough for beginners.
- DriverView – The easiest, fastest way to obtain a list with all the drivers installed on your system.
- RadarSync Free Edition – Find out if the drivers on your system need to be updated. You’ll need to upgrade to the paid version though if you want to download the updated drivers.
- Driver Checker – keeps all the drivers on your Windows PC up to date and backed up, so you don’t have problems with compatibility and devices.
- My Drivers – Detects, backups and restores all drivers on your system
- Driver Genius – Super fast program that backups all your drivers
- DriverDetective – Check whether your drivers are up-to-date
- DriverGuide Toolkit – Helps identify faulty or corrupted drivers
Note: Information connected from Internet