This utility identifies oem and 3rd-party driver updates for a variety of all pc products, such as Intel® Desktop Boards, Intel® NUC, and Intel® Compute Sticks, and makes it easy to download and install them.
The DriverOff supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 7*, Windows 8* and Windows 8.1*, and Windows® 10.
If you're operating system is not supported, visit Contact Us to look for available drivers.
Typical installation, loading and analysis takes approximately three to 3 minutes using a broadband Internet connection (DSL/Cable).
DriverOff Detect all drivers including Graphic Drivers, Audio Driver, Wireless Networking, Wired Networking, Bluethooth, Chipset and so much more.
The utility is easy to download. This is our official website.
The utility is easy to install.
By default, the DriverOff places downloaded drivers in
your "Downloads" folder. Typically, that folder is found at:
C:\Users\username\Downloads (just replace "username" with your user name)
To change the location for downloaded drivers, click Settings > Default Download Directory, and change the location.
Click Save Changes to save the new location.
Use the search option to locate and run the DriverOff Utility. The utility scans your system and shows you the current version of the Intel component driver and the latest version.
Expand each section to see details. Unselect the check box if you don't want to download the latest driver version.
Click Download to update the drivers.
To uninstall the DriverOff Utility from your system:
Click Start > Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features.
From the list that displays, click DriverOff, and click Uninstall.
A new window will open offering to uninstall the program.
You can receive no results when: