DriverMax is a powerful utility which helps you download, backup and restore the drivers installed on your Windows Vista or Windows XP computer and check if newer versions are available. Download all drivers from one place in just a few steps. After backing up your drivers you will have all of them in a single place and will be able to reinstall all of your drivers or just the ones you choose in a single step which takes about one minute.
Reviewing 7.00 (Mar 12, 2013)
This is "KRUDDware"
You could update all your drivers
with a proper shareware driver update
app & this krudd will still find outdated
drivers. What does that tell you..????
I totally agree with all the guys
who give it ONE star. A big fat
Zero is my true rating.. 8-(
Reviewing 6.3 (Feb 1, 2013)
I agree with JWvan..."Avoid at all costs" This and "Slim Drivers" and other "driver updaters" use their own downloaders which (a) supply a corrupted file for installation (b)or mess up the Windows installtion leading to (c)you having to RE-INSTALL the Windows System files. Hope you have a restore disk or you will then have to do a complete re-install of Windows after "DriverMax" screws up your computer. So it's best to let the MS Windows Upater do all driver updates.
Reviewing 6.3 (Jan 3, 2013)
I tried this as free trial offer. It seemed to work but took ages to download drivers & always went back to 14 updates required even after downloading 5 drivers so is impossible, unless you list them, to easily find which are downloaded & which are not.
So I decided to uninstall the program............this is where the real problems start, uninstall goes OK except all it uninstalls is the program leaving many stray files n the PC, icon in toolbar (which is impossible to delete) & popups etc that appear when you watch a film or sports, similar to those you get on Youtube but 10 times as large!
After searching the web I found many suggestions to help.
One suggested going to I/Explorer cookies, I found what I thought was the problem, it deleted it (from the toolbar) but next day it was back, also the window still appears when viewing TV. This means they have access to your PC even after UNINSTALL.
I ALSO WENT TO THE their official WEBSITE where you find they give you anotherproduct name to delete, not DriverMax.
I also tried restoring my PC to 2 different restore points before I installed DriverMax, it made no difference. I guess the only way to get rid of them is re-install windows.......maybe!
Reviewing 6.14 (Jan 19, 2012)
Despite what all the other reviews are saying about DriverMax, I've been using the FREE version of this program for a little while now on my Win 7 X64 system and it keeps my drivers all up to date, NEVER had a problem with it. I always create a restore point just in case before I install a new driver, that only makes sense. The free version limits you to 2 driver downloads a day but how many drivers change that often, after you update them all over a period of days! Before anyone asks, I do NOT work for this company but I'm very happy with what they provide for FREE. It's really worth it to me...
Reviewing 5.4 (Jan 13, 2010)
messed up my computer
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