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To ensure and keep a fast running speed of your pc, it is necessary to update drivers in time. Don't know to how to update Reading steps below to learn update drivers by hand. Note: the updating process is for window 7 system.
1.Right-click on Computer icon on your desktop, choose Manage.
2.Locate and click on Device Manager on the Computer Management window appeared.
3.All the devices will be shown on the right side, double-click on the category of device and find the driver you wish to update.
4.Right click on the driver, and select Update Driver Software.
5.You will see a new window appears, select Search Automatically for updated driver software.
6.When the process is finished, click Close.
Process Explorer is a system tool from Microsoft and works on Windows 7, an advanced tool which can show processes name, program data, description, image, processer name, etc. Have a try with Process Explorer; for example, use it to kill a program process.
1.Download Process Explorer.
2.Open process explorer, the main window looks like below, there are 2 parts, left side is processes list, and the details are listed on right side.
3.You can check system information by clicking View > System Information.
4.You can kill process by right click on related process name, select Kill Process.