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    When a piece of hardware isn't working correctly on your PC, it could mean that a driver update is needed. Here are three ways to properly update drivers on Windows 10.
    A device driver is an essential piece of code that allows Windows 10 to interact with the components and peripherals (such as graphics cards, network adapters, mice, keyboards, and printers).
    Windows automatically downloads and installs device drivers, which means that generally, you don't have to deal with them. However, there might be times when you need to install an update for many reasons. For example, when a piece of hardware isn't recognized automatically, suddenly stops working correctly, or a fix for a severe bug has released, or support for a new version of the OS is required.

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    02-20-2018 06:10 AM

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