With the abundance of software available for download online, we understand your need for more information regarding the DriverFinder download.
When you download DriverFinder, you are downloading an EXECUTABLE file called dfinstall.exe. Once downloaded, you can use this file to install DriverFinder so that it can run on your PC. During installation, you can quit at any time if you decide not to proceed with installing DriverFinder. Further, our End User License Agreement (EULA) is presented at the very start of the installation, allowing you to choose to continue with the installation or not.
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DriverFinder is a simple application. It's main purpose is to provide you with the latest versions of device drivers that your PC needs to optimally run devices connected to it.
By clicking a Start Scan button inside the program, DriverFinder will check what PC drivers are installed on your PC. It will also check for any corrupt device drivers you may have installed or any missing drivers that you need. After establishing this 'baseline', it will then check our proprietary - and daily updated – driver database to look for updates. If newer drivers than what you have are present it will make driver update recommendations. If you want to get the new drivers recommended, you can simply downlad and install them manually. For fast driver downloads and automatic installation, you will need to register for the Pro version of DriverFinder.
The basic version available for download is free. For the Pro verions (fast downloads, scheduled scans, automatic restore points, driver restore) you need to register your version of DriverFinder. Registration requires a ONE-TIME low fee of 29.95 for a year's access on up to 3 PC's. There's absolutely no recurring billing whatsoever. After registration, you can unlock and use the Pro features instantly.
DriverFinder applies a ‘no fuss’ approach to uninstallation. In fact you can completely remove it in just four measly steps.
First of all, note that DeskToolsSoft, the makers of DriverFinder, use a digital code signing certificate (Enterprise Validated) to protect the integrity of the DriverFinder files. This ensures that the DriverFinder download you get originates from DeskToolsSoft and nowhere else. That is, it has not been tampered with whatsoever by other sources.
Further, the DriverFinder application itself is run through MULTIPLE anti-virus scanners (including McAfee) to ensure that it is completely virus- and malware-free.
Unlike other tools, we don't dilute the purpose of our software by tying it with other programs. At no time are you presented with ads and offers for other software when you're using DriverFinder.
The way we see it, you have a PC issue and you want to know if you need a new driver to fix it. Period.
So, DriverFinder scans your PC and checks for new drivers for it. Period.