IObit, makers of popular Advanced Systemcare and other products has released first beta version for IObit Driver Booster program, which automatically detects outdated drivers on your system upon scanning and downloads and installs them to your PC when you click “Update all” button.
Using IObit Driver Booster: Download and install program of file size 4.9 MB. Considering its beta version, surprisingly no toolbars included with the setup this time- as it happened with advanced System care beta.
This program automatically detects installed drivers’ current status on launch and shows it- old, very old and ancient- and offers “update” as action if outdated driver is detected.
Click on “Update all” button to let it download latest driver. The driver installer removes old driver (reboot necessary) and installs new one after restart.
IObit Driver Booster features
- Automatic Detection of Outdated Drivers
- Automatic Download of Latest Drivers
- Specialized Driver Tweaking for Top Gaming Performance
- Simple and Easy to Understand Interface
Pros: Driver booster automatically creates system restore point before installing driver and automatically removes their installers afterwards to save disc space.
Cons: Interface is completely dark which we don’t liked and there is no way to change that.
Driver Booster detected two outdated drivers on my system and downloaded and installed them with my permission. Downloading drivers may take more time depends on file size and internet connection speed you’re having.
Where IObit Driver Booster stands with other free driver updating programs like Drivermax dominating the internet?
In the era, where other freeware programs like Drivermax lets you download driver updates (account creation is mandatory) IObit Driver Booster which is still in beta, doing pretty good job. Let us see whether this will be offered as freeware or paid product.
This IObit product currently not available for download from IObit website, it is available for download from MajorGeeks.
List of Freeware Driver updating tools (desktop and web):
If you’re in hunt for more free driver updating tools, I recommend you to take a look at Driver Identifier, Device Doctor(written detailed article on why to update drivers and how to online and offline using it), DriverZone, and try online services like ma-config and PCIdatabse.