DevID Agent is a fully automated program that will help to update the drivers for the entire system hardware and peripherals. Having two advantages as a result: First: I think that's a good thing. A user has no hassle installing and accessing the program. The program does not ask for a license after you've compiled a list of available updates, unlike most other driver managers.
Simple is the best way to describe the graphic shell of the program. It can usually be started by clicking the "Start search" button directly in the main window. The average time taken is approximately a minute. You then see a list of available updates which lists the system component that the software refers to, as well as the current and proposed driver versions. The list can be checked for unnecessary drivers as well as adding and removing check marks. When you've agreed to install the updates, your computer should start flashing periodically, as well as stopping to hang up during the installation process, if applicable. Also, you may need to reboot your computer from time to time if some drivers are installed.
DevID Agent has no obvious shortcomings. In view of such factors, the only thing one could consider is a low download speed and the fact that the work is done in DevID's own database, not from official sources. Yes, the second fact is true in fact. Nevertheless, updates are made to this very database regularly of drivers and devices.
- Driver search automated for system components and peripherals;
- The software should be downloaded and installed automatically;
- Owners of their own driver databases have comprehensive and regular driver updates.
- A list of drivers that can be selected and installed;
- Computers should be properly assessed, measured, and analyzed;
- You can use the program without a license (see voluntary donations as the only option).