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Developer: Device Doctor Software Inc.
Website: http://www.devicedoctor.com
Os: Windows98/Server2003/WindowsXp/WindowsVista/Windows7/
License: Freeware
Price: $0
Size: 5.56MB
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Device Doctor is a freeware Windows application that scans your computer hardware and checks to see if there are new driver updates available for your devices. Device Doctor is a small simple app that scans your hardware and checks if there's a newer version of their correspondent driver in the program's online database which currently includes more than 3 terabytes of drivers for all major computer and hardware manufacturers. All you have to do is plug in all the devices you want to have checked and click the "Begin Scan" button. Device Doctor will analyze the devices and scan the database for updates. If it finds any, the program provides you with the correspondent download links.

Device Doctor helps scan your computer to verify that there is no driver updates our equipment. The program also recognizes the hardware that Windows does not recognize. The program uses a huge database of drivers is a fast and safe. The database is frequently updated, so we can be confident that our system always uses the latest drivers. The search for updated software for the devices to work properly is a task often complicated and always boring. Device Doctor is a utility that has all the characteristics will be well. Not only avoids boring searches for drivers, but does so in a simple and quick. Installing Device Doctor fast and the program launches automatically. In our test, Device Doctor found the driver for a device is not installed on your PC, and it may happen that the drivers are already updated previously reported to be updated again, two "sins" that still does not invalidate the usefulness el 'effectiveness.

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