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How to Properly Update Device Drivers on Windows 11 

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How to Update Device Drivers on Windows 11

Updating Drivers on Windows 11 is very similar to how you update them on any prior Windows versions, you can either do that directly through your Device Manager or through the use of apps such as Iobit Driver Booster

In today’s article, we’re going to take a look at how you can properly update device drivers on Windows 11, and the best way on doing that without risking your PC, whilst keeping it easy. Let’s jump straight into it.

Updating Drivers through Device Manager on Windows 11

To update your drivers there’s a built-in option in every Windows system which is called Device Manager. To access it follow the steps that are shown below.

  • Go to your Search option and type in “Device Manager” 
Device Manager to Update Windows 11 Drivers
  • This Window will open and it’ll have all the system driver listed, if one needs to be updated you will see an orange indicator preceding its name.
  • After you’ve picked the driver you want to upgrade right click it and choose “Update Driver” 
Windows 11 Driver Management
  • A new window will open asking if you would like to update the driver online or if you already have the file on your pc already downloaded, the first option is the recommended one for most of the time. 
How to Properly Update Device Drivers on Windows 11 
  • One it is done scanning it will either download the missing driver for you or tell you that it is already updated. 
How to Properly Update Device Drivers on Windows 10

This is not the only way to update drivers on Windows 11, you can do that through the use of some apps such as IOBIT Driver Booster, download the latest version of the app from its official website and then install it on your pc it will then scan for all missing drivers and suggest to upgrade them for you. 

Conclusion

We hope that this TechSplat article has helped you understand how you can update your device drivers quickly and effectively, either by using Device Manager or through using a 3rd party application like IOBIT.

Let us know down in the comments of this guide and let us know if you have any other issues or questions and we might help you out!

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