Windows 10 is the most recent and latest operating system upgraded by millions of Windows users free of cost. But with its upgrading, many users were confused that whether the hardware part like driver would be compatible with Windows 10 or not. This issue got confirmed with user reviews, as most of the user’s complain that some of the drivers were missing after upgrading to Windows 10. So there may be possibilities of missing of Windows drivers’ after upgrading to Windows 10. Many Lenovo users got this trouble that was easily sorted out with the support phone number for Lenovo laptop.
This driver missing is common as many times hardware part gets the compatibility issues with the updated OS. But, you need not worry as you can easily have the driver on your system with way shown here in this article or you can also call on the Windows laptop helpline number to get rid of any of the Windows driver issues.
· You can make the automatic driver installation to get the driver on your Windows 10
Microsoft has already announced that Windows driver working with Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 can easily work with Windows 10 also. All the hardware working with Windows 7 can be easily worked with Windows 10.
Once Windows 10 gets installed properly, then you need to wait to get download of drivers and update from Windows latest updates. With the help of the preview builds running, Windows go away and get all the drivers for your hardware and install it automatically on your system. These hardware’s can be motherboard, graphic card drivers, Wi-Fi and networking, key board printer and mice along with the other peripheral device connected to your PC. In order to have the fast and trouble free solution you can call on the helpline number for Windows laptop also.
· You can also download Windows 10 driver yourself
If something does not working properly on your Windows 10, then you need to check device manager with a right click on the “start button” and, then check for any known or unknown devices that are not working accurately. You can also check the devices properties to find, whether any code ID is present there or not. If it is so, then you need to search it on Google to know about it exactly.
While going through these processes you should keep in mind that you are downloading the required driver for your Windows 10 version i.e. for 32 or 64 bit versions. This way, you can easily make the installation of drivers on your Windows 10 in a perfect manner.