From Megaify Software:
DriverToolkit automatically delivers the latest official drivers to your PC. Most of the cases when hardware devices is not working or malfunctioning are caused by incorrect driver installations or outdated driver versions. DriverToolkit has more than 8,000,000 driver entities in the database, including Motherboard, Sound card, Video card, Network adaptor, Modem, Mouse, Keyboard, Scanner, Printer, and Digital devices. You can easily update all these drivers with DriverToolkit. All drivers we offer are official versions or WHQL versions, you can use them without any security or compatibility concerns.
None I downloaded and had to restore my pc using system restore as it didn't work after the download.
I have tried about 10 times emailing the Avangate Support Centre to apply for a refund under the guarantee and they just keep sending auto generated responses and doing nothing - saying it's 'under review'!
Feel really conned and would not download anything like this again!
- Apparently lists all the drivers that are out-of-date, including ones I don't even have! WOW!
- Refusal to leave my computer alone even after uninstalling, and even THAT wasn't a straighforward process.
- Misleading information regarding its product-The SOFTWARE is free, but their SERVICES are not.
Upon launching, you can start a scan for drivers that might need updating. Whatever you have or don't have in your computer, it will detect as out of date (nevermind that I JUST updated one of the drivers myself mere minutes ago). It offers you a convenient button to update all the drivers. They fail to mention, however, before alarming you with how out of date your drivers are, that their actual service is not free.
Realizing that I would never pay anybody for such a thing, and realizing that updating each driver myself isn't such a chore after all, I wanted to uninstall Driver Toolkit. When I went to Programs & Features to uninstall this thing (y'know, like how EVERY OTHER SOFTWARE IS UNINSTALLED), Driver Toolkit was NOT in the list. Fine. I went to its folder under Program Files and found an uninstall executable. Ran it and completed without problem apparently. I restarted my computer to make sure.
Lo and behold-The Driver Toolkit taskbar icon is still there. I couldn't use CCleaner to uninstall it, as it doesn't even appear in the list either. I booted my computer in Safe Mode and removed the Driver Toolkit folder manually. NOW it's gone.
Though Driver Toolkit hasn't caused harm to my computer, needing to go through such a round-about process leaves it a bitter taste in my mouth.
It seems to work. The interface is clear. The drivers can be downloaded without additional software
It isn't completely accurate. Some drivers are already up-to-date and some don't need upgrading. It doesn't have drivers for all the possible bits of tech you may have especially if you build your own computer (in some ways it is really useful program even then - just to get things working smoothly).
Having read some of the bad reviews I was so desperate to get my printer to work I took a chance. It worked. The program identified my printer as a problem and whilst the driver was up to date the reinstallation worked. I hadn't been able to re-install the driver because it was part of a bundle of software which didn't work. This gave me the driver itself. I would say that some of it is not very accurate but it worked when it was needed. I had paid for the 3 license version and installed it on my desktop to see if it would fix the speaker system (my audio drivers just wouldn't work no matter what. It now works! Brilliant. However, it does not fix all problems - my touch screen monitor on my desktop still doesn't have a driver for Windows 10 preview.
It reported that I had 4 missing or corrupt drivers so I manually checked each driver in Windows device manager, not only were the drivers correctly installed, but they weren't corrupt and I had the latest version. It looked like it was reporting non-existent errors/issues.
I have a 7 years old HP laptop which I changed the OS from Vista x32 to 7x64 so I was having trouble getting drivers. I installed DriverToolkit and that took care of all the driver problems after one scan. I am truly amazed.
None that I have found.
I recommend this software to my friends. It has solved their issues as well.