We generally face many problem related to the drivers of our systems, because we need to check the websites for the regular updates of our drivers. Now if you have formatted your system and you forgot to take the backup of your drivers then it will be huge task for you to download and then install drivers in your system as you will have to search the drivers for all your system peripherals. Today I will be writing about a tool named as SlimDrivers which will help to do all these tasks automatically.
Now you will not have to run after every website on the Google Search results page to get the drivers for different peripherals, as this freeware will help you to get all the drivers for your system. You can see the application window of the tool posted above; once you launch this tool just click the ‘Scan’ button on the application window. It will scan your system for all the missing drivers, broken drivers and the drivers which are outdated.
Once the scanning is done it will create a profile for the system regarding the drivers it requires. After creating the profile it will show you the updates which is needed to be downloaded from internet for your system, you can ignore the updates which ever you want to and then you can download them with the help of the link written in front of them, if you are downloading the updates for the first time then it will ask you to register and then it will start the downloading. This is the way you can all the drivers on your system without wasting much of your time running after all the sites on internet. I hope that you will definitely find the tool quite useful of your system.
The size of this tool is around 4 MB and once it is downloaded you can use it quite comfortable as it has got a simple User Interface. If you face any issues related to this freeware then please let us know just put them in the comments section. The link to download this tool has been mentioned at the end of the post and this has been tested on the latest version of Windows i.e. Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate edition, so it is expected that it will run on all the versions of Windows.