How to update your PC Drivers for Windows system

  • Why you need to update your drivers

Sometimes, your computer will remind you that your drivers are dated, or some drivers are lost. And sometimes, the dated drivers will conflict with the system and new program. For some professional fans, such as PC gaming players, the good graphic and mouse, keyboard drivers will get the perfect gaming preference. And for Movie fans, the graphic and audio drivers must be suitable for the hardware to get high image/sound quality.

So for these reasons, I think you need to update your drivers.

  • Choose a PC Driver Update software

For some people who haven’t know more about computer and computer driver knowledge, he need a software to help him to solve this problem. Because follow the “Device Manager” is a difficult thing and there had many things done, many steps, it will take you more time, sometimes you will not solve your problem.

Here you can use the best Driver Updater – Driver Navigator software, it is a professional and popular PC Driver Updater tool for you to solve driver update and driver lost, driver conflict problems.

  • Steps to Update your PC Drivers

  1. Free Download Driver Navigator from here:

  1. Install and run it on your computer.

You will see the simple and friendly interface.


  1. Click “Scan” button to start scan your driver information.

It will shows you how many drivers are normal, how many drivers dated, how many drivers lost, etc.

  1. Click “Get Drivers” to enter Download interface.
  2. Click “Download All” button to start download drivers.

You need to choose the drivers you want to update, and then click “Download” for a driver or “Download All” for all drivers.


Click “Install” button to update your drivers.

Here are all the steps for you to update PC drivers for your windows system. So you can update your graphic, audio, mouse, keyboard, Bluetooth, Camera, TouchPad, TV Tuner, Motherboard, Display and other drivers easily and fast.

Microsoft will no longer provide Windows 7 to PC Partner

Windows 7 system

After October 31, 2014, Microsoft will no longer provide PC Partners with Windows 7 Home Basic Edition, Home Premium, Ultimate system pre-installed on new machines. This means, OEM vendors can only sell the above inventory of pre-installed Windows 7 version.

However, these policies do not apply to Windows 7 Professional edition. In other words, Windows 7 Professional Edition not affect the deadline from October 31. Microsoft officials stressed that they have not identified Windows 7 Professional PC sales deadline. This is a good news for consumers and businesses.

Another good news is that October 31 this deadline will not affect mainstream support for Windows 7 systems.
Mainstream support for Windows 7 SP1 will expire on January 13, 2015, extended support as of January 14, 2020, before the extended support, Microsoft will continue to provide free security patches, do not rule out Microsoft extended support date. In the Mainstream Support phase, Microsoft provides free regular updates, including security fixes and other patches; into the Extended Support phase, security patches are still free, but you may pay for the other updates.

For downgrade, the user can buy a new PC after the downgrade to a previous version of the system. For example, pre-installed Windows 8.1 Professional Edition PC can downgrade to Windows 7 Professional or Vista Business Edition. Microsoft Volume Licensing customers also don’t need to worry, you can downgrade to any previous version of Windows.