FAQ

Why is my computer running slow?

There are many reasons why computers become slow, from viruses to hardware failures. However, the most common reason for computer slow-downs is system clutter. As time goes by, clutter like junk files, registry errors and unused software starts accumulating and consuming more and more system resources. As a result, your PC becomes slow and starts acting up. Performing regular PC maintenance with a tool like RegAce will remove junk files, repair registry errors and help you manage your software. This will improve your computer performance and help it stay fast.

How can I find out which drivers are installed on my computer?

To find out which drivers you have installed on your computer, go to Start, then go to (My) Computer and click on the View System Information link. Then click on the Hardware tab and launch the Device Manager to see the list of all hardware devices installed on your computer. Right-click on a hardware item and go to Properties, then go to the Driver tab to view the driver information.

Why should I update my drivers?

Drivers are responsible for communication between your operating system and your hardware. When drivers get outdated, you may start getting errors and suffer from general performance degradation. That’s why it’s important to keep your drivers up-to-date to avoid any performance and compatibility issues.

How do I update a driver?

To update a device driver, you need to open the Device Manager, right-click a hardware entry and click on the Update entry. Alternatively, go to the hardware manufacturer’s website and download the update.

Why has my printer stopped working?

Naturally, it could be that your printer hardware is out of order. However, it’s also possible that your printer stopped working because of an outdated driver. The best way to avoid this problem is to keep your drivers up-to-date. Updating your drivers with a special driver scanner can fix the error and make your printer work as good as new.