How do I update drivers using the Windows Control Panel?

Updating drivers using the Windows Control Panel is a straightforward process that takes just a few minutes.

The first step is to open the Windows Control Panel. This can be done by clicking on the Start button, which is located in the lower-left corner of the screen, and then selecting Control Panel from the menu. Alternatively, you can search for “Control Panel” in the Windows search bar.

Once the Control Panel is open, you can begin the driver update process. The first step is to select “Device Manager” from the list of options. This will open a list of all the devices that are connected to the computer.

Now you can start updating the drivers. For each device, double-click on it to open a sub-menu with different options. Select “Update Driver” from this menu.

In some cases, a dialog box may appear asking if you want to update the driver automatically or manually. Selecting “Automatically” will run a search for the most recent driver version for the device and will install it on your computer. Selecting “Manually” will allow you to download the latest driver for the device from the manufacturer’s website.

Once the installation process is complete, restart the computer to ensure that the new driver is fully operational.

After the computer restarts, the driver update process is complete. Depending on the number of devices connected to your computer, this process can take a few minutes to complete.

It is important to make sure that you are using the latest version of the driver for your devices in order to ensure maximum performance and stability. Updating drivers using the Windows Control Panel is an easy way to make sure that your devices are running at their best.