What if you can’t find the driver you need in a Windows search? Check out these other resources.
Updating drivers can be tricky and in the rare occasion you need to copy a driver from one PC to another — be very careful.
- 95 Freeware Titles Loved Worldwide
- Chris Pirillo: Software Install Made Easy
- Bits from Bill: How Apple Failed MAC
- Ask Leo: Keep Your Shared Info Private
- Technologizer: Classic PCs vs New PCs
- The Droid Experience
- TechBite: Use the Web to Find Anyone
- The Dodge Retort: First Impressions of Droid
- Windows 7 Migration Surge
- Tip #1: Must Have Word Tip from MVP
- Tip #2: Ensure Facebook Privacy
- Tip #3: Turn Pictures into Posters
- PC Pitstop Driver Library
Every week ASK THE PROS receives questions about drivers. They are not always the same but between looking for specific drivers and wanting to know how to find drivers, the questions mount up. A few weeks back I referenced our Drivers 101 offering. It comes with every DriverAlert subscription. Itâ€™s an excellent guide but thereâ€™s something missing. How do I save the drivers that are installed on my PC now?
Thatâ€™s the question to start this monthâ€™s ASK THE PROS.
The results of our October 2007 Driver Survey are in. Our initial analysis of the survey data is found below.
Over 7,500 respondents participated in this survey. 72% have updated a driver before and 78% have resolved a problem they were having by installing a different driver.
Run our free Driver Scan to check if your computers have the latest drivers.
Traveling teacher finds hidden message inside Driver Alert code
What kind of a person finds a hidden message worth $1000.00? One that uses PC Pitstop, that’s what kind.
It was six months ago that we were anxiously awaiting the introduction of Microsoft’s new operating system, Vista. My love of computing started when XP was introduced so Vista’s introduction carried me back to the excitement of those days. If only it could have been the same.