If you’re looking for Windows 7 drivers downloads for your PC, there’s a couple of ways to do this – the fast easy way and the manual way.
Downloading Windows 7 Drivers
You can quickly determine which drivers you need for Windows and and download them is Driver Robot, which I recommend for non-technical PC users.
It scans your Windows system in about one minute or so, then shows you all the drivers that are installed, and which ones are out-of-date. It’s free to download and do the scan and then you can license a copy to automate and manage all your drivers, if you want. I found it’s worth the small fee to register the program and just make my driver issues go away…
The other way – use Google to search and locate each specific driver
The traditional way to find and download drivers is you visit each particular hardware vendor website, or just use Google to search for the driver you need. Click on the ”Support” link on the vendor’s website and you can probably also search for your driver there. You’ll need to know the model number of your hardware device.
The best way to handle Windows 7 driver downloads and keep your drivers up-to-date from now on is to use Driver Robot. It’s free to download and scan your system to see exactly what drivers need to be updated, and inexpensive to get a licensed version that automates the downloads for you.
Otherwise, you can manually seek out each Windows 7 driver you need and download it yourself manually.