This is also the place you’ll generally find BIOS and UEFI firmware updates, but we don’t recommend installing these unless you have a really good reason to do so.
If you built your own desktop PC, you’ll have to download drivers from the manufacturer of each individual component.
These often appear in your system tray, and you can usually find them with a quick Start menu search.
You could also just go straight to the source here.
Hardware drivers are the bits of software Windows uses to communicate with your PC’s hardware.
Device manufacturers create these drivers, and you can obtain drivers straight from the manufacturer of your devices.
test forced to 'n' # # configuration written to .config # Building backport-include/backport/autoconf.h ... You’ll usually find a single web page with a long list of drivers you can download.New versions of these drivers are posted to this web page when available, and you’ll often see the dates when they were uploaded so you know which are new.While they are tempting, we recommend that you don’t use driver-update utilities.In general, we don’t recommend updating hardware drivers unless you have a reason to.