The Disk Cleanup is a free built-in utility in Windows which allows you to free up space on the hard disk by removing files that can be safely deleted. You can use Disk Cleanup for: Removing temporary Internet files Removing downloaded program files Emptying the Recycle Bin Removing optional Windows components which you no longer [...]
Downloading drivers can be relatively straightforward, assuming the manufacturer still supplies the Driver you are looking for. However, you must follow certain steps in order to ensure that you download and install drivers correctly. When you download a driver, you must ensure the following: The driver you select is compatible with your device and the [...]
Device Manager is a built-in utility in Windows that lists relevant information about the hardware devices installed on a computer. If there’s a problem with a hardware device, the Device Manager window provides useful insight into what may be the cause of the problem and how to go about fixing it. When there is something [...]
If you have spent fruitless hours looking for Driver updates for your PC or device, then your best option is probably to use a Driver Update Tool. These tools are mostly free to try, this means they will allow you to run a free Drivers scan to establish the particular Drivers that are causing you problems.
Are you having problems with a slow PC that seems to take longer and longer to carry out everyday tasks?
Drivers need to be updated regularly in order to keep your PC running at its best. If you have not updated your drivers in some time then you are probably experiencing some of the following…
Top 5 things you need to do to keep your PC at peak performance. Speed up a slow PC with our easy-to-follow tips.
Most of the time Registry problems arise as a result of program installation or removal. When you add or remove software, details and settings relating to this software are edited in the Registry. Installing or uninstalling programs, working with old drivers, or even unwittingly downloading spyware, can result in Windows Registry errors.
If you have never had a problem with a virus on your computer then you are one of the lucky few. Almost anyone who owns a PC will have experienced some form of virus-related problem