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Device Doctor - Free, Fast And Simple Device Driver Updater

Device Doctor LogoRadarSync and DriverMax are two well-known free device driver updater utilities - while both of them do a decent job keeping your device drivers updated RadarSync has issues with proper device detection and DriverMax being accurate is not much user friendly requiring compulsory user-registration.

Now to make things simpler a new free device driver updater utility Device Doctor for Windows 7, XP and Vista is here allowing fast and easy driver updates.

Device Doctor

Using Device Doctor is very easy, simply begin the scan and it will display a list of driver updates available, click on the Download update button and you are taken to the driver download page from where you can copy the driver download link in your download-manager for full control over the download.

Driver Downloads

You can get the free Device Doctor utility as a regular full-install or portable version from the official Device Doctor download page, so go grab this highly-recommended utility.


I tried DriverMax and didn't like the interface and needed a portable app.
This works great with my limited experience with it.

Just tried it out :P. It detected my Sound driver correctly (yay, i was wanting to update it for some time, just never had time for that), gave me some wierd mouse driver (well it works, and yeh, well yea...) ,gave me some weird keyboard driver (Dint download it , Driver is made by some Japanese company i havent heard of (My keyboard is from logitech. It doesnt have any drivers on the net for some reason, so i just stick with the ones who came in CD) and some wierd controller updates, (installers dont work and are bugged meh)... Otherwise than that it seems like good software and might have good future :) Good luck to these guys :P

Thank You



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