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[29 Jun 2009 | 9 Comments | ]
DriverMax Is Now… Crippleware!

I always expect that a new version of a freeware program would bring some improvements to make the respective program better. Unfortunately sometimes things go wrong, and that’s what happened with DriverMax, the free driver updates program. The new version puts the program in a whole new category called crippleware. With the new version the program works fine until the most important feature, downloading an updated driver. That’s were it all goes wrong and stupid: you can only download one driver per day with the free version 🙁

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[5 Feb 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

Overview
RadarSync is a free program that updates your drivers and installed software. It has a paid version but the free version is fully functional.

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[22 Nov 2008 | 6 Comments | ]

Overview
DriverMax is a free program that allows you to download driver updates for your hardware. It works with Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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[4 Aug 2008 | 37 Comments | ]

My freeware only PC needs to be up to date, not only with the programs installed, but also with the device drivers. I think you would agree that searching for drivers updates over the internet can be very time-consuming, so I need a freeware program that could do that for me. Did I find one? Of course I did.
 

Actually I found a few, but I was disappointed with most of them because they say they are free, but when it comes to really downloading a driver update things tend to …

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[17 Jun 2008 | 38 Comments | ]

I’m always trying to keep my computer up to date, and updating the device drivers is an important part of the whole process. But finding the right driver by browsing through a long list of websites can be very time consuming and frustrating. I stumbled upon a nice piece of freeware called Radar Sync: they say it automatically searches for the drivers you need, downloads them and everything. That sounds good, let’s see if it really works.
 
First of all the program scans your computer to identify the devices that you …