Suddenly, everyone is running after Windows Vista. The need (or craze, as I like to say) to upgrade to Vista is downright immediate in some cases. Now, a lot of people went ahead and bought Vista and installed it on their PCs before one could even blink an eye. But, soon after, they discovered that along with the Vista upgrade, they also needed to upgrade the drivers for different components and devices that they already had on their computer.
Now, while it’s usually easy to find most of the driver upgrades online, it can take some long hours and precise browsing to locate all of the drivers for all of your devices. And not to mention, the fact that you will have to visit the Web sites of different manufacturers to download them.
So, all of the sudden, this situation just got a lot worse. Well, it may seem that way, but that’s not exactly true. The purpose of this article is to share a link with you where you can find driver updates for most of your Windows Vista driver needs. The site is http://www.radarsync.com/vista/.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the Web site is like a central repository that holds most of the Windows Vista drivers. All you have to do is visit the site, locate the driver you need and download it. You can do it by browsing through manufacturer names or by going through the individual product lists. They have most of the things one would need, ranging from driver upgrades for your ATI graphic cards to the printer drivers for your HP printer.
You can also sign up for a basic free membership with them to get e-mail notifications about any new updates that come out for the drivers you downloaded. This Web site is a very handy tool to have, especially for the post Vista upgrade. The last thing you want to do, after getting your new system ready, is hunt for drivers. So, in times of driver trouble, you can visit this Web site and find them much faster.
Happy Vista driving, everybody!
~ Yogesh Bakshi