Double Driver: Freeware to backup & restore Drivers in Windows 10/8/7

Double Driver is freeware to back up Windows Drivers. While Windows offers the plug and play feature, you might want to back up some installed drivers, if you don’t have the Driver CD that came with the computer or they are unavailable online.

Drivers are programs that hook directly into Windows and control the essential tasks of communicating your instructions to a hardware device and then relaying data back to you.

To know what hardware drivers are installed on your computer and to view their details : Right-click Computer > Manage > System Tools > Computer Management > Device Manager.

Back up Drivers with Double Driver

While Windows 10/8/7/Vista offers the plug and play feature, you might want to backup some installed drivers, if you don’t have the Driver CD that came with the computer or they are unavailable online. This comes in quite handy if you purchase a computer and want to backup the initial set of drivers. It can be quite difficulty for example to find drivers for hardware installed in a notebook if the operating system has to be setup again.

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Double Driver is a very simple and useful tool which not only allows you to view detailed information of all the drivers installed on your system, but also allows you to backup, restore, save and print all chosen drivers simply and reliably.

It analyzes your system and lists the most important driver details such as version, date, provider, etc and offers you the chance to update to the latest version. All drivers that are found, can easily be backed up and restored at a later point in one go.

DriverMax is another freeware program which allows you to easily reinstall all your Windows drivers. After reinstalling Windows you will have everything in one place!

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.