Update Outdated Drivers Windows 10

How To Update Outdated Drivers Windows 10

Are you confused about why your computer is not performing well? The problem might be nothing but using outdated drivers. Using outdated drivers on your PC will result in some errors that stop your computer or slow it down. So, try to update the drivers as soon as possible to make your Windows 10 computer work more efficiently. Let us see how to update outdated drivers Windows 10.

Steps To Update Outdated Drivers In Windows 10

Update Driver

  • Open your Windows 10 device and click the Start menu.
  • Type Device Manager in the search bar and select it.
  • Make sure that you select the driver that is outdated and right-click to update it.
  • Click on the option named Search automatically for updated driver software from the drop-down list.
  • Click on the Update driver option.
  • Wait until the update process gets completed and restart the device once it gets updated and installed.

Update Using Windows Update

  • Click the Start menu and select the Settings option.
  • Search and locate the Update and Security option from the list and choose the Windows update option under the Update and Security section.
  • Click on the Check for updates option and update the available driver.
  • Wait until the updating process gets completed and restart the device.

Using Uninstall And Reinstall

  • Click the Start menu and select the Settings option.
  • Click on Apps and select the Apps and Features option from the left side of the menu.
  • Choose the app or driver from the list and click Uninstall.
  • Now, go to the official web page of a certain driver or software and search for the latest version of the software that supports your OS.
  • Click Download and wait until the downloading process gets completed.
  • Click Install after accepting the terms and conditions.
  • After installing the latest version, restart the Windows 10 device.