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Windows 10 => The Tool Shed => Topic started by: Double DD on September 13, 2018, 08:46:20 am

Title: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: Double DD on September 13, 2018, 08:46:20 am
DriverPack is the most convenient and fastest way to configure a computer
The software is provided for free, and is suitable both for professionals and for beginners



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Choose your DriverPack
Download the pack that fits you

DriverPack Online
It downloads instantly, downloads and installs all drivers if you have Internet connection (470.34 kB)
Version: 17.7.101
Download http://download.drp.su/17-online/DriverPack-17-Online.exe

DriverPack Offline Network
It contains drivers for network hardware (Lan/Wi-Fi), it operates without connection to Internet (482.2 MB)
Version: 17.7.101
Download http://download.drp.su/builds/DriverPack_17.7.101-18055_Network.exe

DriverPack Offline Full
It contains all drivers, operates without connection to Internet, it can be downloaded through the Torrent-tracker (17 GB)
Version: 17.7.101
Download Tottent http://download.drp.su/DriverPack-Offline.torrent
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: user5128 on September 13, 2018, 11:55:24 pm
How does this compare to other similarly functioning driver updating software?
In particular, Snail Suite, IOBit Driver Booster or Snappy Driver Installer?
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: Dr.Dimensional on September 14, 2018, 12:14:04 am
main benefit i can see straight off the bat, is that there's an offline version.

If you're dealing with windows 7 generalized images, it's quite a pain getting net drivers onto devices especially if they only have usb3 ports. (since win 7 doesn't natively support usb3)

one thing that does worry me about programs like this..

is most of the time in the case of driver updater programs it's full of junk.. how does this one fair up?
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: Double DD on September 14, 2018, 08:01:33 am
How does this compare to other similarly functioning driver updating software?
In particular, Snail Suite, IOBit Driver Booster or Snappy Driver Installer?
driverpack solution has 3 packages
online
Wlan / lan
Offline
I actually recommend the offline version.
Then you always have the most drivers with you.


main benefit i can see straight off the bat, is that there's an offline version.

If you're dealing with windows 7 generalized images, it's quite a pain getting net drivers onto devices especially if they only have usb3 ports. (since win 7 doesn't natively support usb3)

one thing that does worry me about programs like this..

is most of the time in the case of driver updater programs it's full of junk.. how does this one fair up?

with driverpack solution you can turn that junk off in expert mode.
that is a one-time adjustment
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: user5128 on September 18, 2018, 03:24:39 pm
Snappy Driver Installer also offers an offline mode with torrent download, I'm not a fan of the fancy UI and aesthetics
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: CharlieCroker on September 19, 2018, 03:39:28 am
Regarding DriverPack Solutions
Even the ‘DriverPack Offline Full’ version does go on-line and sends a report back to base. Also it will install some programs by default if you don’t un-select them in settings and applications, use ‘expert mode’ never ‘automatic’ 
Having said all that, it’s a good resource - don’t be paranoid, just be aware
Title: Re: Are you tired of looking for the drivers for your devices?
Post by: Double DD on October 04, 2018, 12:12:25 am
I must say I think Snappy Driver is better than Driverpack solutions

i remove this post and make a new one

Regarding DriverPack Solutions
Even the ‘DriverPack Offline Full’ version does go on-line and sends a report back to base. Also it will install some programs by default if you don’t un-select them in settings and applications, use ‘expert mode’ never ‘automatic’ 
Having said all that, it’s a good resource - don’t be paranoid, just be aware