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updating drivers?

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do i have to go to my "device Manager" & click on each device to see if there's an update for each of my devices? How do I know when there is an update ready? Because Windows/Microsoft Update doesnt take care of that right?
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windows update will show you some driver updates if you choose the custom option instead of the express option form the microsoft update page....there are some software packages (sorry but i'm drawing a blank as to the names of these softwares) that will scan your devices and alert you of updates (i think everest home may do this http://www.majorgeek...wnload4181.html but don't quote me)...if you know what hardware you have in your computer you can go to their websites on a regular basis and check to see what they've got
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