When installing or updating drivers for Windows 8 on a device to laptop or computer, it is important to determine the best driver to install. Usually, you have to confirm the compatibility with Windows Catalog, a website that identifies the hardware and software which are tested for the use of Windows. You can open it by Windows shortcuts pointing Home Catalog > Programs. On this site, you can search the device which is aimed for the use of Windows 8. In many cases, links provided by the website manufacturer are for drivers to download.
In selecting the driver, the priority will be given to drivers who have signed up. This is for keeping stability and compatibility of Windows 8. Knowing that the hardware drivers installed in your computer can make a big difference when it comes to troubleshooting or configuring advanced features of the device. The starting point of all steps is a Device Manager, a graphical utility that provides detail information on all the installed equipments including the control you can use to configure the device and provide resources and options situation.To open Device Manager, you can use any of the following steps:
- Address any immediate devmgmt.msc.
- Click Computer in Start Menu or Desktop > Click Manage > Select Device Manager from the left pane of Management Console under Computer System “Tools”.
- From Control Panel, double click on the image and click the System devices in Device Manager tab button.
These are devices for the device. If it is about the problem of information, you can use Driver Rollback to restore the driver version used before. This is located on the Driver Tab of the Properties of devices in Device Manager.