When you install Windows on your system, many of us stick with the 'working' drives that shipped with the operating system. As long as our system boots and doesn't give us too many problems, we don't think about updating our drivers. However, like any software, hardware manufacturers often find bugs in their drivers and release updates. By installing the latest drivers, you may find that your system starts more efficiently and your hardware works without complaint. This is particularly important for Vista users.
RadarSync 2007 is a tool that enables you to constantly check your installed drivers (and other software) for updated technology. It works on a subscription basis, much like an anti-virus client, so you can pay for a years worth of new software updates. It means that RadarSync 2007 does all the hard work for you, so you do not have to manually check for your own driver updates. Driver Genius Pro 7 is a very similar tool.
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