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"The only program that truly lets you try it out in full"
No matter how many companies gave me "free trials," they all would only let you see what's out-dated, then want to charge you outrageously for what you could find for free yourself with great effort. Until DriverMax. The DriverMax folks were the only ones who really let you try out their software, from search to download to install. They even take care of backing up your drivers before updating them, and then restoring them if needed. I actually used this once when a driver update didn't let the device work. No problem, I simply rolled back, and chose a slightly earlier version of an update that Drivermax had listed. Then, after installation, Drivermax asks if your update worked or not, I guess to learn from its users, which is commendable.
It would be nice to understand why the one driver update didn't take, whether it was improperly listed as an update for my system, or perhaps my system was quirky. I also would find it helpful to know more about the updates, usually the release notes, so I would know what to look for in terms of observable improvements in performance.
Try DriverMax. Forget the rest. If you have a new system or only need one or two drivers out of date, then you probably can just use the free version. Otherwise, the simple interface, the automated functionality, inexpensive purchase options makes buying DriverMax a no-brainer.