Driver DR

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Driver DR is a computer devices tool for downloading and updating outdated drivers for Microsoft Windows operating system. It runs on Windows XP and Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8 and Windows 10.


Scan computer hardware information

According to the interface, the tool automatically runs the scan system to detect the computer hardware and accessories driver information. And it will shows the normal drivers, outdated drivers and missing drivers.

Download & Update drivers

Based on the scan result, the developer allows users to automatically choose one or more drivers to download and update. Once users choose the outdated and missing drivers, and click download or download all, it will start work.

Create system restore point

The "System Restore" was developed as a repair function due to the drivers’ installation error. When users start update driver, the system restore point will be created
automatically. The "System Restore Point" is a remedy solution for install wrong drivers.


No support for "One-Key" install drivers, less language version.

Release history

Major Version Minor Version Release date Notes
6.0 Sep. 3, 2015 Initial release
6.1 19. Oct, 2015 New features, Modified the interface design, Modified the Italian words.


The product has been accepted by,[1]',[2]

See also

Due to the various hardware manufacturers and hardware model,[3] Drivers may interface with:


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