SlimWare Utilities Announced Windows 10 OS Compatibility with 'DriverUpdate'

By CIOReview | Wednesday, July 29, 2015

NEW YORK CITY, NY: Provider of downloadable software and solutions that repair, update and optimize personal computers, SlimWare Utilities has revealed compatibility of Windows 10 Operating System configuration with its driver management product ‘DriverUpdate’.

SlimWare flagship products which use cloud sourcing to gather information from IT professionals are designed to improve consumer’s computer hardware and software configuration. Its core products include SlimComputer, software that eradicates unwanted files from memory space and boosts system performance, SlimCleaner which gathers information from cloud and recommends suitable settings for programs and SlimDrivers updates out-of-date drivers and software.

SlimWare’s DriverUpdate detects system components and supervise the cloud for available updates and once updates are found, they are automatically downloaded, installed and accustomed according to system specification. Bob Bryant, CTO, SlimWare Utilities, says, “Consumers will want to update their PC's drivers to make sure that their new Windows 10 Operating System communicates properly with their hardware, such as their printers, monitors and video cards, to avoid loss of functionality.” Hence to transit users PC into Windows 10 OS, SlimWare shared five steps: Initially user has to register for Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade and then before installing the upgraded version keep a backup of important files. Next user should clean and optimize all PCs with the help of SlimCleaner and later before upgrading software, user need to update their existing OS.  Finally update drivers using automated solution ‘DriverUpdate’ that can install and identify exact drivers required.

DriverUpdate understands driver’s functionality and run a scan to figure out which driver needs updation , then instantly downloads up-to-date drivers into SlimWare Utilities’ cloud storage. Its one-click feature scans a computer and supply the driver which is suitable for hardware present in user’s PC through its cloud data base. Finally drivers are automatically installed, helping software and hardware to interact and function with each other.