The AMD proprietary driver on Linux is fast but buggy, and the open source driver has now become awesome
Just last week, IObit officially launched its driver updating tool called Driver Booster, which acts as a stand-alone tool for frequently updating drivers to optimize your PC gaming experiences.
To protect the average user, Windows 8 requires all hardware drivers have a digital signature before you can install them, making it more difficult to install malicious drivers. Hardware drivers have low-level kernel access, so malicious or just badly programmed drivers could cause crashes and open gaping security holes. However, some hardware drivers without digital signatures — […]
Without drivers, hardware and software wouldn’t be able to communicate, leaving a system inoperable. Updates to drivers can dramatically improve the stability, speed and features of a computer without any changes to the hardware inside. Yet, driver updates remain difficult to locate for most devices. Most users don’t update unless something has gone wrong. IOBit’s Driver Booster promises an easier solution by acting as an all-in-one command center, from where of your drivers are easy to update.