Sunday, December 22, 2013

[Tutorial] Update your drivers

Ever wanted a software that gives you all the updates for all your drivers with a single click that you can trust upon blindly and for which you don't have to spend a penny? Well yes that's possible and I am going to show you how you can do it in this step-by-step visual tutorial!

Intel has launched an online portal with contribution of System Requirements Lab from where you can find all information and latest updates for all of your drivers with a single click. As it is powered by Intel you don't have to ensure information provided neither need to worry about any harm caused by the software.

>> If you are a GEEK then click here to save your time ;)

>> If you are not Tech-savvy then continue reading :)

Before we continue with this tutorial you should know the following things, click on below links to learn more about them:

Guide for updating drivers



Step 1: Go to http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect and click on 'Check your system for updates' button


Step 2: It will open a pop-up for java permissions so click on yes and it will start identifying drivers


Step 3: After completion of identification process it will show you a list of all drivers and it will be written as (Newer Driver Available) next to the category of the drivers. If you don't see this then it means that all your drivers are up-to-date


Step 4: Expand the category to view list of drivers. It will give you version information of drivers installed and you can update your drivers by clicking on 'Download Now' button


If you have any doubts about this tutorial or having any other technical issue feel free to contact me on facebook or drop me an email.

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