How to Manually Update Drivers in Windows 10?

I have been laboring over this issue (for weeks) since I jumped into the Windows 10 Preview in a dual boot setup. I am running an ASUS card and I could not get the drivers to load properly to support my 1440 X 900 monitor. Please help!
Asked Jan 06, 2017
If you choose to update drivers manually, you can follow steps below how to install the driver step by step in Windows 10.
1. Open Windows 10 Control Panel by pressing Win+X (Windows key windows key 3 and X key) at the same time and clicking Control Panel.
2. View by Small icons.
3. Click Device Manager.
As you can see, it is not easy to update drivers manually even by following the detailed steps. And it takes time. It is recommended that you upgrade Driver Restore to Professional Version. With Professional Version, all driver updates can be done automatically in one click.
You don’t need to install the driver step by step. You can just leave the program running to update drivers and do something else. Visit here to download Driver Restore
Answered Jan 10, 2017

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