How to Update Device Drivers?
Most PC and laptop owners know they need to periodically update their operating system software, security programs and so on. However, fewer computer users know how to update their device drivers—or even why drivers are so valuable. In plain terms, a driver is software that enables the vital communication between your PC’s operating system and each internal or external device—from graphics cards and DVD drives to microphones, webcams and printers. If your drivers aren't up to date, your computer may lose the ability to "speak" to these devices, rendering them useless. Security updates and bug fixes are often updated automatically, but driver updates may not be so simple. For this reason, it's a good idea to occasionally check and update your drivers manually—to ensure they're always up to date. One simple method to update drivers in Windows 7 or Windows 8 is to navigate to Check for Updates in your Control Panel (under the Security heading). You can access the Control Panel from the Start menu. Check for any updates that may apply, then view and install them. A restart may be required, so be sure to save all work and close any open applications before you begin.
How to update Windows 10 drivers?
If you have a Windows 10 laptop or Windows 10 desktop PC, you can find Windows Update by running a search from the Start menu or by navigating to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Once you open Windows Update, you may be presented with several different options. These include: Download and install Check for updates Check for updates If there are driver updates available, the "Download" option will appear. Click it to start the update process. Your driver upgrades will be downloaded and installed, and you may be prompted to restart your computer. In some cases, no updates will be listed. However, you can still verify that your computer is up to date by clicking the "Check for updates" option. If no updates appear, then your computer software, including drivers, is up to date and no further action is necessary. You may also consider selecting "Advanced options." In this window, you can choose how upgrades are installed, whether or not to defer automatic updates, and how your updates are delivered. If you don't have specific preferences, it is recommended that you leave them in their default state.
What is onsite warranty?
Onsite warranty means when ever you have a problem with the device which u have purchased and is given onsite warranty, the respective company will send its technician to your home or workplace to repair the product. The technician will try his level best for repairing the product at home itself.
What is Parts and Labour Warranty?
A warranty has two separate sections: A parts warranty, where the manufacturer will provide a part to replace any defective part in the product, and a labor warranty where the manufacturer will pay a technician to install the part. If a laptop has a one-year parts and a 90-day labor warranty it means that the manufacturer will pay all repair costs for the first 90 days that you own the computer, but if something fails between day 91 and day 365 then the manufacturer will provide a replacement part at no charge, but you will have to pay a technician to install it.