1. Check Device Manager: Windows includes a built-in utility called Device Manager which allows you to see all of the components installed on your computer, along with their current driver versions. To access Device Manager, press the Windows key and type “device manager” into the search box.
2. Update Drivers Using Manufacturer’s Website: Most hardware manufacturers release updated drivers on a regular basis. You can download the latest versions from the manufacturer’s website.
3. Use Windows Update: Windows Update can automatically download and install many hardware drivers for you. To check for updates, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.
4. Use Third-Party Tools: There are a number of third-party tools available that will scan your hardware and then provide you with an up-to-date list of drivers. Driver Booster and Driver Easy are two popular options.