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4 Ways to Update Outdated Drivers in Windows 10, 11

Do you often come across frustrating Window PC lags? Outdated drivers can cause malfunctions, lagging and frequent crashes, snatching your system's robustness and making it more vulnerable.

But what role do drivers have in communication channels? Drivers make communication possible between hardware equipment and the system. So updating your drivers can ensure effective communication.

Here are methods for Updating outdated drivers – Through the Official Website – By using Device Manager – Through the Windows Update – Automatically Update Outdated Drivers through Bit Driver Updater

Updating Drivers via official website – Hit the Win and R keys to trigger the Run box. – Thereafter type "devmgmt.msc" in the box that appeared and click on Ok. – The Device Manager window will appear.

– Select the device you want to update. – Click on Update Driver option. – Choose to Browse my computer for driver software. – Select the downloaded driver file and checkmark "Include Subfolders." – Click "Next" to install

Updating outdated device drivers using Device Manager – Open Device Manager from the Start menu – Click on the device you want to update and expand its category

– Right-click on the update driver option – Then, click on "Search automatically for updated driver software." – Device Manager will automatically install any updates

Updating device drivers through Windows Update – Go to System Settings and select "Update & Security." – Click on "Windows Update" and then "Check for Updates." – Windows will automatically install new updates

Through Bit Driver Updater – Download and install Bit Driver Updater – Scan the system for outdated drivers – Select the drivers to update and click on "Update." Use these methods for a more stable PC performance